- She claims that the president is ultimately responsible for all Ghanaians
- She further stated that there was no need for the posthumous promotion of the late Captain to a Major
Unarguably one of Ghana’s most popular politicians, and founder of the Ghana Freedom Party, Akua Donkor, has vowed to testify against President Akufo Addo.
This, she claims, would be her next line of resort, should the president sue her for comments to the effect that he was complicit in the killing of the slain military man, Major Maxwell Mahama. She is of the opinion that the president is not in the position to raise any arguments in his defense, with regard to the late soldier’s death.
Her accusation comes on the heels of that of Ghana’s largest opposition party, the National Democratic Party, that the president, as head of the current government, is responsible for the incident. This, according to them, results from the fact that, as our leader, he is the one mandated to steer the affairs of this country, as therefore ultimately responsible for its citizens.
She is further alleged to have stated that the rationale for the posthumous promotion of the late soldier from a Captain to a Major is flawed, because it will definitely not bring him back to life. She is reported to have added that the president authorized the promotion because he wanted to protect himself.
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