The Deputy Secretary General of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), Mr. Koku Anyidoho has stated that President Nana Addo Dankwah Akuffu-Addo is a weak Leader.
The outspoken Deputy Secretary said the actions of NPP’s vigilante group Delta force for the pasts days is most unfortunate and the no action posture of the president in curbing the situation makes him weak.
He made this statement on 7th April, 2017, on Ahotor Fm’s Friday political program, 360 politics with Akyena Brantuo Benjamin.
Mr. Anyidoho in a telephone conversation made it clear that he as an individual is not surprise about the actions of the vigilante group and as a matter of fact predicted the action even before it’s inception.
It can be recall on the 6th April, 2017 that members of the vigilante group affiliated to the new patriotic party (NPP) Delta force stormed the Kumasi circuit court and freed the members of their group who were facing charges for causing disturbances in the Ashanti Region.
The 13 were detained in connection with the group’s raiding of the premises of the Regional security council last week on March 24, 2017 where they were alleged to have assaulted the newly appointed security coordinator, Mr. George Adjei.
In a disclaimer on Thursday night at Oman FM, Hon. Kennedy Agyapong, the Assin Central MP and a leading member of NPP admitted that the action of the Delta Force in storming the court on Thursday to free accused persons was “disgraceful”
Hon. Agyapong in his condemnation said they have “destroyed” the goodwill he initially had for them and never expected them to have taken that action.
Mr. Anyidoho, has urged all political parties, civil society, religious bodies and all right thinking Ghanaians to condemn what happened. He also advised the security forces in the region to take steps in preventing such occurrences.