Nii Kpakpo Samoa Addo, a private legal practitioner and a member of the National Democratic Congress, has boldly called for the resignation of the Defense Minister, Honorable Ambrose Dery following the explosion at Apiatsi. He backed this calling with a revelation on how the Interior minister had issued a warning to the Maxam company, two years ago, to stop work because of the unsafe means by which they transport their explosives.
Speaking on Asaase radio, Nii Kpakpo Samoa said that if the Interior minister does not willingly resign, then the President should use him as a sacrificial lamb because he believed that Ambrose Dery does not deserve to be at his post.
This statement from Nii Kpakpo has triggered massive reactions from Ghanaians. One Ghanaian by name Raphael, believed that it was not possible for the Interior miniser to get an intel about the accident thus he should not be blamed. Other Ghanaians also expressed surprise at how the NDC always resort to the calling of resignations as if there is no alternative. Check out other reactions.
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