March 11, 2019
Minority in Parliament are calling on the President Nana Akufo-Addo to resign as the President of the Republic of Ghana.

According to the Minority, the President has lost every moral right to occupy the high office as President having been caught in a “flagrante delicto”.

At a press conference addressed by the Deputy Minority Leader, Dr. James Kluste Avedzi, noted that the Minority as well as Ghanaians are shocked after watching Manasseh Azure Awuni’s “Militia in the heart of the nation” investigative report.

The Minority further pointed out in their press conference that, President Nana Akufo-Addo whiles engaging in public lofty rhetoric about the urgent need to disband political party militias, he is busily nurturing many more militias behind the scene.

“There is no sincerity and geniuses on his part to uproot the menace of party militia, he is himself a war lord”.

Dr. James Kluste Avedzi further pointed out that despite his infamous “All-Die-Be-Die”, and warning from his bosom friend Kofi Koomson, that he would not be able to sleep with his eyes closed with Nana Addo as President, “Many were those who thought a rebranded Nana Akufo-Addo would depart from those tendencies, his close friends were frightened, but alas we were all mistaken”.

The Minority further demanded that the Inspector General of Police (IGP), by the close of day  Friday last week, the police  carry  out a swoop and arrest the leaders of and members of De-Eye Group militia.

And noted that it is obvious that the group has flagrantly violated numerous laws including but not limited to Articles 85, 200 (2) and 2010 (2) of the constitution of Ghana and police service Act 1970 (Act 350).

“Investigation should be carried out into how a facility owned and managed by the state the Osu castle became a safe haven for NPP militia”.

The state should take urgent steps to reclaim the offices and state properties in the possession of the leadership of De-Eye group militia as a matter of prime importance, they added.

Kwaku Sakyi-Danso/