A member of the legal team of the NDC, Abraham Amaliba, has said that President Akufo Addo's speech supporting the burning of the seized excavators is a clear indication of his endorsement of Lawlessness in Ghana.
Abraham Amaliba made this statement on the 'New Day' on TV3 this morning, 28th May 2021, when he gave his opinion on Akufo Addo's endorsement of the burning of the seized excavators.
According to him, to was very shocked to hear the endorsement of the burning of the excavators by Akufo Addo. He thought that Akufo Addo should have risen above that and should have spoken well.
"That for me was terrible, and so the lawlessness that we are seeing predisposes that the Akufo Addo has given it his support.
So, if a president can say this, then what will he say about the vigilante groups who go about engaging in lawlessness?" - he said
He added that the President Akufo Addo is endorsing the use of state mob justice, and that statement by him that we will continue burning the excavators, if you don't want it, you can go to court is a clear indication of his endorsement of Lawlessness.
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