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Sammy Adongo Support Calls For Arrest of Abetifi MP

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Mr. Samuel Adongo, an aspiring parliamentary candidate for New Juaben North constituency on the ticket of NDC has called for the arrest of the Abetifi MP, Dr. Bryan Acheampong.

He appealed to the Inspector General of Police, Dr George Akuffo Dampare, to arrest Mr Bryan Acheampong for publicly declaring that the governing New Patriotic Party will never hand over power to the main opposition National Democratic Congress in the 2024 elections.

Mr Acheamping, who is also the Minister of Agriculture, and also served as a Minister of State in Charge of National Security, told party supporters after a health walk at Mpraeso in the Eastern Region on Saturday, 8 March 2023: “NDC party will collapse”.

“If the NDC dares to use threats, violence and foolishness in the 2024 election we will let them know we have the men”, he threatened, stressing: “We will show them that we have the men. We have the men”.

Mr Bryan then noted: “It will never happen that we the NPP will stand on a platform to hand over power to the NDC”.

“It will never happen! We will make sure NPP remains in government at all cost”.

In his view, the government is fixing the economy, which will inure to the NPP’s electoral fortunes.

“Now with the way things are changing the economy will bounce back again, I am telling you that we are going to come around that curve and we are going to win the 2024 elections hands down.”

Responding to Bryan Acheampongs’s comment, Mr Sammy Adongo said “… The dishonorable conduct of Bryan Acheampong poses a direct and grave threat to Ghana’s democracy and for which reason he must be held accountable”. “Consequently, we entreat the Inspector General of Police to, as a matter of urgency, arrest Bryan Acheampong and cause his prosecution for engaging in conduct which has the potential to undermine the peace and security of our country”.

Mr Sammy Adongo, in an interview with Koforidua based Bryt FM on socio-political show dubbed “Ebe Si Sen” said Mr Acheampong’s track record and the behavior of the Akufo-Addo government in connection with the electoral commission, gives a cause to worry.

 

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