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Has the president started sleeping – Francis Dodovi asks

A former Spokesperson for the Ashanti Regional Coordinating Council and past government appointee of the Kumasi Metropolitan Assembly (KMA), Mr. Francis Dodovi is asking if president Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has started sleeping on the job.

According to him, current happenings in the country do not in anyway reflect that there is someone in charge who must crack the whip to get things done.

“Delta Force have become a veritable pain in the neck of residents in the Ashanti region just a week after the president had assured Otumfuo Osei Tutu II to deal with the situation they are back in the news this time attacking state institutions. Was it an April Fool assurance”, he asked.

He wondered if these were the characters lawmaker for Assin Central Constituency Kennedy Agyepong is rooting for to be recruited into the National Security indicating that it will rather spell doom for the country’s security agency.

Mr Dodovi observed that members of the group have shown their real size outside the National Security and in the event they are recruited, they are likely to metamorphose into a militant group cautioning government to hasten slowly in admitting them.

According to him, the problem may not be Delta Force members but the leaders at the helm of affairs in the country indicating that actions of the group is alien to the Ashanti region.

“When the NDC was in power did you hear anything about Delta Force or Invincible Forces, we had a support base of party youth but not vigilante groups undermining state institutions. I insist that the president is sleeping on the job and the earlier he wakes up the better for us. He has not done half of the job and cannot be tired”, he added.




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