Stephen Amoah, MP for Nhyiaeso and Alhassan Suhuyini MP for Tamale North joined Lantam Papanko on ‘GHToday’ today, Thursday, July 1, 2021 to discuss the unfortunate incident that happened at Ejura. The incident led to the death of 3 people injury to many others. According to Stephen Amoah it was wrong for Haruna Iddrisu to accuse the President of the killings in Ejura.
“I can see comments being made by a session of Ghanaians and some of my colleagues on the other side. I respect Haruna Iddrisu. I am not against him commenting but he said so many other things. These things happen and we all condemn what happened in Ejura. As a country we should take away the political attacks. The army officers must be dealt with. We need to ask the immediate and remote causes.
We shouldn’t do the political analysis. Haruna Iddrisu said that Akufo-Addo is responsible. Why should the president be blamed for this? This clouds the potency of the review of this unfortunate incident. If he politicizes this, then we can also list similar or more damning incidence with pictures that happened under the NDC. I have all the evidence on my phone. We shouldn’t politicize this. We need to find a better solution and not blame Akufo-Addo. I like Haruna but I don’t like his party” Stephen Amoah explained.
Stephen Amoah may have a point that things shouldn’t be politicized when tensions flare. However, it is important to know that as Commander In Chief of the Ghana Armed Forces, the president is accountable for every life of Ghanaians. It is yet to be seen if the investigations will bring out any findings and if the findings will be implemented.
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