The Bono Regional youth organizer for the largest opposition political party, the National Democratic Congress, Efo Worlanyo Tsekpe has said that the Ghana Armed Forces must learn from their colleagues in the Guinea
In a social media post that has since acquired massive reaction, Efo Worlanyo Tsekpe asserted that the Ghana Armed Forces are only good at demonstrating their power on civilians. He said it was sad how they brutalised civilians during the 2020 general elections.
He also spoke about how Ghanaian military Brutalised civilians in Wa and also how they love showing their power at village funerals.
He said beating and killing civilians are their hallmark while their colleagues in Guinea are negotiating with tyrant government for peace in Guinea so that would live peacefully and better lives.
"They only show their powers in Tamale, Ejura, Techiman and also at village funerals. Beating and killing civilians while their colleagues are negotiating with tyrant government for peace in Guinea so that Guinean could live a peaceful and better life" he said.
This statement received mixed reactions from Ghanaians as he is trying to incite what no one would expect the country to face. Most of his followers have blasted him for using such a bad example.
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