The youth wing of the National Democratic Congress in the Greater Accra Region has politely asked President Nana Akufo-Addo whether he expected them to use a bread knife from Mrs. Akufo-Addo’s kitchen instead of the machetes they were seen using during their clean-up operation at former President John Mahama’s residence in Accra.
“If that was the case, what stopped him from sending any of his wandering elephant-size presidential staffers to make them available to us?” a statement signed by Amorse Amos Blessing, Regional Youth Organizer, said.
President Akufo-Addo condemned their act: “It is my honest hope that the machetes and weapons brandished last week at the residence of the NDC’s presidential candidate, the former President John Mahama, are not signs of things to come in the run-up to the 2024 elections elections”.
“If it is, I can assure them that they will find no success with them”. President warned.
The youth further question why the President did not send his own staff to assist them. This response was prompted by the President’s concern that the use of weapons during the clean-up might signify potential violence in the upcoming 2024 elections.
The President emphasized his commitment to preventing any individual or group from destabilizing the country and undermining the peace that citizens currently enjoy.
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