Today, Former Deputy Minister of Information under the erstwhile Mahama's administration, Felix Kwakye Ofosu joined Randy Abbey on the Good Morning Ghana show. He defended the 34 amendments proposed by the National Democratic Congress to the Electoral Commission. He emphasized on the importance of these amendments. Felix added to these 34 amendment, one unconscious suggestion in which he proposed that one Supreme Court judge could be made to chair the commission to solve all electoral disputes. Interrupting the show, Kweku Baako Malik questioned Felix why the EC during Afari Gyan and Charlotte Osei tenure, refused to accept the reforms in the IPAC. He stated that there has been no actions since 1992 so Felix should explain the reason.
Angrily, Felix responded to Kweku Baako by saying that he should stop that equalization games because it hinders development. That is, just because it was done in the NDC government it must also be done in the NPP government.
"Stop the equalization. You are too partisan", Felix Ofosu Kwakye.
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