General Secretary of the opposition, National Democratic Congress (NDC) Johnson Asiedu Nketia was not too happy about the seizure of vehicles and other properties in the country and has called on President Nana Addo to get his boys in order.
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Speaking about the seizure of some vehicles belonging to The National Organizer of NDC Kofi Adams’ from his residence a few days ago, General Mosquito said, “Mr. Adams' position as NDC Organizer doesn’t make him less of a Ghanaian or cannot have rights to own properties.”
“And it even worse people in power claim to be true practitioners of democracy behaving in this manner, come on. They are completely lawless, absolutely lawless, organizing people to be killing innocent citizens, what is that. If the security operatives are claiming they have not assigned people to seize properties, it’s a very lame excuse that makes it even worse, because it means Nana Addo’s government is not in control of what is happening in the country. Either the security operatives are not in control or lying about issues”, Mr. Nketiah added.
He also went ahead to debunked allegations that NDC gurus and former appointees are hoarding State vehicles in their homes.
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Aseidu Nketiah called on supporters of NPP confiscating state installations and properties to act democratically and desist from taking the laws into their own hands.
"We are in a democratic country and if somebody thinks that another person is hoarding State properties, there are democratic ways of going about it, so that government property is restored to the appropriate place. So impunity and vandalism and so on I think belong to the past. The election is not about changing people but parties so if you suspect someone, let the State use the appropriate channel to collect the vehicles, you don’t just jump into anybody’s house to seize his/her properties just because he is a party functionary, this is total violation of properties," he pointed out.