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Invasion Of UTV Studios By NPP Thugs :EIB’s Isaac Bediako Addresses President Nana Addo

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I hope this letter finds you in good health and spirits. I am writing to you today in light of recent events that have raised concerns about the leadership within the New Patriotic Party (NPP), of which you are the leader. It is with a heavy heart that I express my disappointment in the current state of affairs within the party and the perceived lack of control and direction.

As a Journalist who have been following development in the NPP, I had hoped to witness a strong and united front under your leadership. However, recent incidents have highlighted a worrying trend of violence and attacks on media houses and individuals who criticize the government, whether fairly or unfairly. This does not bode well for the image of the party and casts doubts on the abilities of the leadership to address internal issues.

The Council of Elders and the National Executive Council are meant to be the highest decision-making bodies of the party, and yet their presence and guidance seem to be lacking in resolving these matters. It is disheartening to witness an apparent disregard for democratic principles and the freedom of expression, both of which are values that the NPP claims to uphold.

The attacks on Kwaku Baah Achemfour, Kwabena Bobie Asanh, the circuit court in Kumasi, and the invasion of UTV studios are clear examples of a leadership that is failing to control its members and ensure the safety and well-being of its citizens. These actions not only tarnish the reputation of the NPP but also undermine the democratic fabric of our society.

Furthermore, the lack of intervention or condemnation from the party Elders raises questions about their loyalty and whether they benefit from these unfortunate developments. This raises concerns about their ability to provide objective advice and guidance to party members, and whether they prioritize personal interests over the well-being of the party and the nation.

President Akufo Addo, I implore you to address these concerns and provide clarity on the direction in which you are leading the NPP. As the leader of the party, it is imperative that you take responsibility for the actions of your members and ensure that such incidents are thoroughly investigated and dealt with accordingly. It is essential to demonstrate strong leadership that promotes the values of democracy, inclusivity, and respect for the rule of law.

I urge you to strengthen the internal mechanisms within the NPP to encourage dialogue, accountability, and transparency. By doing so, you can regain the confidence of the party members and the public, who are currently questioning the effectiveness of your leadership. It is crucial that you uphold the principles upon which the NPP was founded and restore the party’s reputation as a proponent of good governance and democratic values.

I believe in the potential of the NPP and its ability to lead Ghana towards progress and prosperity. However, this can only be achieved with strong leadership that is responsive to the needs and concerns of its members and citizens. I hope that you will address these issues and steer the party back on the path of success.

Yours sincerely,

Isaac Justice Bediako ,broadcast Journalist – EIB-Network, Kumasi.

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