A member of the ruling New Patriotic Party's (NPP) communication team has vowed to continue his campaign to take over public toilets in the country.
Hopeson Adorye, an ardent member of the ruling NPP, has stated that he intends to continue to mobilize members and party supporters to continue their attempts to take over public toilets.
This, according to him, is in retaliation to similar take overs perpetrated by members and supporters of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) after that party won in the general elections the previous year.
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"We experienced the same situation in the hands of supporters of the NDC when the NPP lost in 2009, therefore will not relent in our efforts to pay them back."
"We will continue seizing and taking over toilets and all government properties because we are in power," he said speaking on Okay FM.
Last week Police Director of Public Affairs Superintendent, Cephas Arthur, in an interview stated that the Ghana Police was doing all it could to maintain the peace. He further revealed that 16 suspects had been apprehended in connection to the takeovers and had been arraigned for court.
Mr. Hopeson Adorye, in response to Superintendent Cephas Arthurs comments, expressed that the police had no right to arrest the alleged NPP supporters because they were doing the opposition NDC's dirty work.
“When the NPP is attacked, Cephas Arthur and his cohorts don’t even bother arresting people but when NDC is attacked, then they start taking measures and issuing releases and condemning it."
“We are going to take action against these bias policemen because they are all active members of the NDC. We are going to make sure that some of these officers will not be at post,” he declared.
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