The National Democratic Congress (NDC) has accused President Nana Akufo-Addo of victimising political opponents particularly its members, in his ‘capricious’ application of State power.
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The NDC’s accusation follows the recent midnight demolishing of investigative journalist Raymond Archer’s industrial printing press and those of a few others at the Trade Fair, La by the Ghana Trade Fair Company Limited.
“It is our considered view that, this demolishing forms part of a grand scheme targeted at destroying all businesses with some form of perceived leanings to the NDC.
“This follows a similar application of impunity in the unlawful demolishing of a four-bedroom house belonging to Mr Mustafa Gbande, a former NDC Deputy Regional Secretary of the Volta Region by a team of National Security and Police Operatives and a host of other such heartbreaking socio-economic rapture of peoples’ livelihood,” the NDC said in a press statement.
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“At this point, we are convinced these various acts of impunity by the Akufo-Addo government constitute an act of provocation against the NDC and its entire membership,” the party added.
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