Mr Atik Mohammed member of the opposition People National Convention (PNC) has advised Politicians especially Sammy Gymafi of the NDC to be decent in their utterances in the manner in which they play their Politics.
Atik Mohammed was commenting on claims made by Sammy Gymafi of the NDC against President Akufo Addo and his Government of using military to intimidate some Ghanaians and prevent them from the voters' registration exercise.
To Sammy Gymafi of the NDC, President Akufo Addo is using terror tactics to disfranchise some Ghanaians particularly in the volta region and Northern Regions that are not strongholds of the NPP.
But Atik Mohammed believes there is no such orchestration going on in the country and President Akufo Addo will never allow such a thing to happen because he is peaceful man and doesn't not encourage violence.
Such comments made by the NDC were "unfortunate and reckless" and should not be allowed because we are in an election year and we want a peaceful Election as a country.
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