The former Ghana Ambassador to the United Kingdom, Emmanuel Victor Smith has criticized President Akufo-Addo's first 100 days in office, while also questioning his ability to effectively lead the country.
Victor Smith argued that the president does not seem to be efficiently handling the issues surrounding his party, namely the vigilante group antics.
Mr Smith, speaking on NEAT FM's morning show, stated that the president should consider stepping down if he feels he cannot handle the workload of the government seat, as the country appears to be in a crisis.
"Nana Addo is the president so he must with immediate effect issue directives to stop this behavior from the group [Delta Force]. If he doesn’t, we will have a lawless country under his watch. So where are we heading to as a country?" he queried.
The attack on a Kumasi circuit court last Thursday, by members of the New Patriotic Party-affiliated Delta Force has sparked public outrage, with many national stakeholders calling for an immediate disbandment of the group.
The NPP has condemned the action of the group and has urged the police force to apprehend the culprits, to ensure the peace in the region.
Meanwhile, 8 members of the vigilante group standing trial for their participation in the court attack were denied bail today, and are set to reappear in court on April 18.