Techiman South NPP MP Honorable Martin Adjei Korsah Confirmed to the Appointments Committee that the Parents Whose Son Got Killed At Techiman South during the unfortunate NPP and NDC violence in the 2020 Elections joined him in the vetting room after they Received a 4 Bedroom House from him.
"At this point, we need not to quarrel. It's peace that needs to be protected. Mr. Chairman I've reunited the NPP and NDC faction in Techiman South. It will interest you to know that the parents who lost their son during the 2020 unfortunate violence agreed to join me to Accra. They are sitting right next to me. They have received a 4 unit bedroom House from me. The injured too have been taken care of by my outfit. Peace is superior than NPP and NDC" The NPP MP said on Live camera.
Meanwhile the NDC panel challenged him that, they need more than a House. They need justice for their members who died. They want to see people jailed than giving a House. They therefore boycotted his vetting.
18 years old Abdalla Ayaric was shot dead on 7th December 2020 during a clash between alleged NDC supporters and police. The sitting MP was on the vetting panel as Deputy Minister of Local Government designate.
What's your take on this ? The parents who lost their child have made Peace with the MP. Why can't the NDC as a party replicate ?
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