Honorable Betty Mould Iddirusu who sounded very angry urged Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo Addo to go back and read his law book again and tell her which chapter or segment permits him to burn escavators of citizens.
The Former Attorney General and Minister of Justice Betty Mould Iddirusu angrily made those reactions towards President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo Addo's comments which stated that those who don't understand him for burning escavators should go to court.
She added that, NPP knows the kind of Justice system Ghana. That is their motivation to provoke people to go to court. She further advised Nana Addo to stop giving orders which will break the Peace and development of the country.
She also advised him to revisit his law nooks because his current actions is unconstitutional.
Honorable Betty Mould Iddirusu is a member of the opposition National Democratic Congress. She speaks her mind on National issues. Her current reaction was made on Power FM on their political show. She promised not to keep quiet on National Issues again.
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