Dr Vladimir Antwi Danso has been dragged to the "cleaners" this morning for a comment made in response to a statement from the former president of Ghana, John Dramani Mahama, on the Ejura killings. The Thank you tour of the former president took him to the land of Ejura where he talked about the killings that happened, and the need to have justice duly administered on time. This comment might not have gone down well with Dr Vladimir Antwi Danso, who responded by saying that the former president should have waited to read the report of the committee on the Ejura killings before commenting on the incident.
Captain Smart could not understand why Vladimir could make such a comment. "What kind of logic is this? Does someone need to wait for a report to read before commenting on an incident? Mr Vladimir, with all due respect, you need to apologize to John Mahama for this because I think this is an insult to him. How can you say this?", Captain questioned and concluded.
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