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Nana Addo has failed as Commander in Chief- Michael Ologo

A Parliamentary hopeful, and a leading  member of the NDC party in the Yilo Krobo Municipality of the Eastern Region, Hon. Michael Ologo have descended heavily on the President and Commander in Chief of the Ghana Armed Forces saying that he has woefully failed to act on matters of security and lawlessness that has engulfed Ghana from Invisible Forces and Delta Force. 

Hon. Michael Ologo was reacting to issues of groups calling on the President to call on the Police to disband the “Rambo style” Delta forces who recently has been in the news for seizing the office of NHIA in Koforidua,  unlawfully storming a Kumasi circuit court and setting 13 accused who stood trial free on the Morning ride show at rite FM with Krobea Asante Ntomentwene Tofepa.

This comes after seizure and brutality meted out to many workers at various Toll booths across the Country.

The Peace Council have spoken and the President is obliged to give credence and a listening ear for such advise to disband all groups who claim to protect policies and interest of the ruling NPP.

The President has clearly shown incompetence and Ghanaians cannot forgive him come 2020, Mr. Ologo alluded.

Mr. Ologo has called on civil rights groups, and all Ghanaians to call the President from slumber since matters of security has gotten out of hands of even the Judiciary.

Source: RITE fm

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One comment

  1. Michael Ofori-Arthur

    I have been following several statements made by Hon. Ologo Michael for the past few years about NPP. The more I read about some of the statements, the more I question that the root cause of his political affiliation magnifies numerous of his political misfiring statements about the NPP. I am not an ardent figure in politics, but one thing I have come to understand from experts and political scientists alike is that partisan politics is the root cause of all political competitive illness, which I consider Hon. Ologo Michael as being part of this contemporary age to that effect. Increasingly, deducing from the context of his comments, I’ve also come to think that the concern of Hon. Ologo Michael isn’t about the welfare of the country, but rather, to more serious problem of political warfare against the ruling party. Hon. Ologo Michael, allow the designated appropriate institutions to address the issues and not the President.

    For some time, I’ve had a growing conviction that Hon. Ologo Michael political maturity is not operating as it should. There is too much ‘partisanship’ and not enough to see him make meaningful impact; too much dogmatic sentiments and not enough practical problem-solving. In a recent statement, the president, Nana Addo Danquah Akuffo Addo mentioned about the enormous national challenges in the country, and some of these issues are part of the challenges that designated responsible institutions should be able to address, instead of directing it to the President. Give the legislative process a recognition.
    It could be that I’m piercing heavily on Hon. Ologo Michael, but the more I read about his comments, the less I agree with him as “chaotic and partisanship” comments such as those orchestrated by him has its own implication to inhibits legislative process.

    Thank you
    Michael Ofori-Arthur
    Health Care Practitioner

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