John Boadu Condemns Attack on Abronye DC
The acting general secretary of the NPP, John Boadu has unreservedly condemned attacks on Mr. Kwame Baffoe (popularly known as Abronye DC), the outspoken Brong Ahafo Regional Youth Organizer of the party. Media report has it that, Abronye was physically manhandled allegedly by some members of the party somewhere in Atebubu last Saturday, January 13, 2018, culminating in some injuries he sustained.
Even though the veracity of this claim is yet to be established, John Boadu posited that regardless of the perpetrators of this dastardly act, same is most reprehensible and utterly condemnable without mincing words. He thus, charged on the relevant security agencies especially the police to thoroughly investigate the matter with the view to identifying the culprits and bringing them to justice.
The acting chief scribe of the party stated categorically that the NPP is a law-abiding party with an unrivaled commitment to the rule of law and strong abhorrence for lawlessness and impunity. He added that the party will not shield any of its own if evidence of wrongdoing is established against them. He therefore admonished the party’s rank and file especially the youth to at all times, resort to the due process of law in seeking redress and desist from indulging in any act of violence.
John Boadu made these remarks on an Accra based radio station, Oman Fm on Thursday, 18th January when he granted a “one-on-one interview” to the host of the station’s famous late evening show dubbed, “Boiling Point”. He was however delighted seeing Abronye in the studio same evening. The general secretary also spoke extensively about the ongoing internal elections of the party where he assured all stakeholders that enough has been put in place to smoothen the process and ensure an incidence free primaries.
Finally, he reiterated his appeal to members of the party especially the prospective candidates for the various positions and their supporters to respect to rules of engagement as outlined for the love of the party.
By: Iddi Muhayu-Deen