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Atta Mills' Brother Not Happy About The NPP Using His Brother’s Death For Selfish Propaganda.

Desperate people do desperate things as we know, therefore, the hopeless and incompetent NPP government has once again brought the topic to investigate the circumstances leading to the death of former Ghanaian president, John Atta-Mills.

However, it seems this time they have got it wrong since the ex-president’s brother has come out to speak against that decision.

According to him, it’s completely wrong for one Anno Dompreh to do that and asked why every year they like to remind them of a painful experience?

You see, I don’t know why the NPP always resorts to such dirty propaganda against John Mahama as the only means to deny him the chances of becoming president again.

However, the majority of Ghanaians are now very smart, they don't fall to such cheap propaganda anymore.

While all such things are taking place daily, nobody cares about the problems it can cause in the country. Yet, the so-called Christian elders went to see Mahama over the fraudulent E-Levy to be passed by parliament.

What has become of Ghana as a country? And which destructive point does the NPP want to drive the country to again despite all the harm they have already done?

Those who claim to be prophets in Ghana can’t see the real carnage taking place to speak about it? Or are they scared to speak because they have been warned?

Oliver Barker-Vormawor has been arrested and accused of threatening to stage a coup against the government if the E-Levy is passed by Parliament.

He has been denied bail but the Bono Regional Chairman of the New Patriotic Party, Mr. Kwame Baffoe, popularly known as ‘Abronye’ was given bail after accusing the ex-president of collaboration with Al-Qaida, to plot a coup.

This is a very serious accusation that should have denied Abronye any bail but he was given because he is an NPP politician, while Oliver Barker-Vormawor was denied because he is for the NDC.

That is the kind of law practiced in Ghana and they are proud of doing a great job of denying people equal rights and justice.

Imagine what Ken Agyapong said against Ahmed Hussein-Suale before he was brutally killed. The NPP Member of Parliament for Assin Central said he will pay anyone who will beat up the journalist, yet no one arrested him.

Ken Agyapong also said the Inspector General of Police, Dampare, knows the one who killed J. B. Danquah but he wasn’t arrested for that.

He further threatened to burn down the houses of John Mahama and Asiedu Nketiah, the General Secretary of the National Democratic Congress and as we know he wasn’t arrested for that threat.

So we need to ask if any law exists in Ghana and if it exists is anyone above the law? We also want to know if the law in Ghana needs to incarcerate NDC offenders and release NPP offenders.

I have no power or authority to do anything about the political injustices taking place in Ghana but I will remind them that whatever goes around comes around, therefore, they will get their payback at the right time.

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