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Your entitlement to protest is not an unlimited free pass for viciousness, Sosu to NDC supporters

Your entitlement to fight not an unlimited free pass for viciousness Sosu to NDC allies 

Legal counselor Francis-Xavier Sosu has advised allies of the NDC against turning to viciousness during their dissent 

The allies have been on a Nationwide dissent over what they state is manipulated political race 

26 of them were captured and allowed bail days sooner for conflicting with security authorities at the EC base camp in Accra

The Member of Parliament-choose for Madina voting public in Accra, Francis-Xavier Sosu,has hammered allies of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) for depending on viciousness in their dissent against the aftereffects of the 2020 surveys. 

Ghanaian on Monday, December 7,2020,went to the surveys to choose another president and approximately 275 Members of Parliament. 

Over 13million electors partook in the activity that reappointed officeholder, President Nana Akufo-Addo,for an additional four-year term. He beat his most outstanding adversary, Former President John Dramani Mahama of the NDC. 

Mahama and the NDC dismissed the result of the political race, charging that decisions was "taken". 

Allies of the gathering have sporadically conflicted with the security officials.

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