The Editor-in-chief of the New Crusading Guild newspaper, Mr Abdul Malik Kweku Baako Jr has questioned the perceived inconsistency of Dr Dominic Ayini, with respect to his recent alleged disparaging comments about the judiciary.
Speaking on Joy FM/TV today, Mr Baako argued that given the pedigree of Dr Dominic Ayini, it is important for him to demonstrate consistency and conviction in expressing his opinion about the 2020 election petition.
"I smell inconsistency. I smell lack of courage. I smell some fear. That is not what you sell for people to emulate".
"I don't really buy into the reference to the General Legal Council. I wish they will terminate this. But honestly, we should also be looking at ourselves. The consistency and the courage of conviction that must accompany your track record is important. You don't just sacrifice it because this time around, you can say it and get away with it".
"What was the basis for his apology redered to the Supreme Court? Was it out of fear or lack of courage of conviction? Did he think he was genuinely wrong and so he has to render an apology?
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