8 killed in 2020, a ‘day of infamy, an indelible blemish on Ghana’s democratic credentials’ – Mahama

Former President, John Dramani Mahama has described the killing of eight innocent people during the 2020 polls, as an indelible blemish on Ghana’s democratic credentials.

The 2024 flag bearer of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), who has vowed to institute an ivestigariin to prosecute perpetrators still walking about freely says the sad incident, obviously sanctioned by the state, will forever be remembered as Ghana’s day of infamy, over the last 32 years of constitutional rule.”

Mr Mahama whonwas responding to President Akufo a Addo’s jab for not congratulating him since his ‘re-election’, expressed disappointment and suprise at President Nana Akufo-Addo’s silence over “the use of thugs and rogue elements within the security agencies to disrupt elections in some parts of the country.

The former President has described the President Akufo-Addo’s silence as saddening and unconscionable.

It will be recalled that several appeals to government, assurances by Ministers of Defence and the Interior during their appearances before Parkiaments vetting Committee in 2021 and a formal petition to the Ghana Police Service by the NDC to investigate the incident has been shelved theee years on

The NDC has vowed to bring those behind the extra JUDUCIAL killings are brought to book if it wins the December 7, 2024 elections




By: Odeefuor Berchie/myxyzonline.com

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