Hon. Alhaji A.B.A. Fuseini, The Member of Parliament, for the Sagnarigu Constituency in the Northern Region believes the Ghana Police Service is in bed with the government and the NPP to rig the elections to be held in December 2020.
He asserts that the agencies which are to provide security have become bias and are failing to implement their duties in a professional manner.
Whiles speaking on Kingdom FM 107.7 in Accra on the ‘Pae Mu Ka’ programme, he said; “We are concerned that the Akufo-Addo government has turned the Ghana Police Service into an NPP Police Service that they control like their puppet. All the institutions are not working because they are always manipulated by President Akufo-Addo and his government. Has Nana Obiri Boahen been arrested for his stupid and useless comments? Why do you frustrate Bernard Mornah ?,”
According to him, the government led by President Akufo-Addo has politicized all state institutions hence they are no longer independent.
This observation by Hon. Alhaji A.B.A. Fuseini comes after the invitation by the Police CID which invited Bernard Mornah to answer questions on comments he made with respect to the compilation of the new voter’s register. by the Electoral Commission of Ghana
Bernard Mornah who is no less person but the PNC chairman reported at the CID office in Accra in the company of who members of the Inter-Party Resistance Against a New Register. He insisted that any attack on him will be retaliated in equal measure.
Hon. Alhaji A.B.A. Fuseini, The Member of Parliament, for the Sagnarigu Constituency in the Northern Region further argued that previous NPP governments also did the same thing but the current NPP led government with President Akufo-Addo as its leader has deepened the practice.
The uneasiness as a result of the comments made by political parties and CSOs on the compilation of a new voters register has compelled the National House of Chiefs to make a press release to call on the EC to give attention to issues and concerns raised by stakeholders in election-related issues and the new voters’ register.