It was a hot discussion on Metro TV’s ‘Good Morning Ghana’ today, Friday, May 21, 2021 as Nana Akomea and Felix Kwakye Ofosu joined Randy Abbey to discuss pertinent issues affecting the nation. It can be recalled that yesterday, the NDC organized a press conference to explain why the boycotted IPAC and why they are opposed to the new reforms of the Electoral Commission.
To Nana Akomea, it was funny that the NDC refused to attend the IPAC meeting and yet still attacking the EC. According to Nana, the NDC have nothing to prove. He maintained that the NDC have never agreed to anything of the EC. He noted that John Mahama even attacked the Supreme Court when he said that the court shielded Jean Mensah from testifying.
This statement of attack didn’t go down too well with Randy Abbey who wondered how John Mahama had attacked the Supreme Court. “How did John Mahama attack the Supreme Court. He did not do that. He only said he disagreed with the decision of the court. This is not an attack as you are saying. Disagreeing is not an attack” Randy Abbey said.
However, Nana Akomea felt that for John Mahama to say the law has been an instrument for partisan politics and everything done was meant to keep the EC from testifying is an attack. Nana Akomea went on to say that up till now John Mahama hasn’t even called to congratulate President Akufo-Addo. He said this was contrary to what in 2013 Akufo-Addo did when he lost the court ruling.
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