Eric Edem Agbana, the Deputy National Youth Organizer of the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC), in an interview monitored by NewsGhana24 has called on the president to as a matter of urgency is call his party dogs to order.
the Deputy National Youth Organizer of the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) called on religious bodies, civil society, the international community, and the media, not to blame the NDC should the unacceptable conducts of NPP ‘attack dogs’ and President Akufo-Addo leads to reprisal attacks.
According to him, the NPP is attacking the NDC buy pulling down billboards as well as posters of the opposition party, the National Democratic Congress (NDC).
“They should allow as to go ahead with our campaign, we will not sit and watch NPP pull out our poster and banners without any reactions from us…If the president wants peace he should call his dogs to order”, he said this on the Ahotor FM morning show hosted by Citizen Kofi Owusu.
Eric Edem Agbana did not mince words as he expressed his displeasure at the president of Ghana’s failure to speak against the actions being perpetrated by his party members.
He added that NDC is a responsible party but it cannot continue to retain party faithful whiles the president and unopposed presidential candidate of the NPP look on unconcerned.
Listen to Edem Agbana in audio below