Their silence on the persecution of Ato Forson is worrying: NDC to Central Region chiefs

Policy for Wednesday, June 26, 2024



NDC Central Regional Chairman, Prof. Richard Kofi Aseidu NDC Central Region Chairman, Prof. Richard Kofi Aseidu

The Central Region Executives of the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) have expressed surprise at the silence of the Central Region House of Chiefs over what they describe as unjustified persecution and prosecution of Ato Forson, who is a son of the soil .

According to the NDC, chiefs in the area should have spoken against the unjustified prosecution of Ato Forson, Member of Parliament for Ajumako Enyan Essiam, in the ongoing ambulance case to express their disapproval of the matter.

In an interview with GhOne News, Yaw Boagyan, after a meeting at the party office in Cape Coast, the Chairman of the Central Region, Prof. Richard Kofi Aseidu, hinted that the party would take action if the House of Chiefs of the Region Central refused to speak. about the topic.

He lamented that the NDC in the Central Region is concerned about the silence and inaction of the chiefs on the issue.

“We have not seen or heard any chiefs make statements about the unjustified prosecution and persecution of the minority leader, who is from the central region, in the ambulance case. We want to know why the chiefs are so silent,” he said .

Since Ato Forson is from the Central Region and actively supports the House of Chiefs, the NDC sees no problem with the chiefs commenting on the ambulance case.

“Ghanaians know that all the allegations leveled against Ato Forson are false and are nothing more than an attempt to intimidate and unjustly imprison him,” he added.

He also condemned a WhatsApp conversation between the Attorney General, Godfred Dame, and Richard Jakpa, in which people in the Central Region were described as stingy and willing to accept bribes in exchange for votes for a candidate.

According to him, if the Central Region House of Chiefs fails to address the Ato Forson ambulance case and condemn the insults by Godfred Dame and Richard Jakpa, NDC members in the Central Region will embark on a massive demonstration.

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