The New Patriotic Party (NPP) has officially written to the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) to dialogue over the disbandment of vigilante groups within their setups.
The correspondence comes a month after President Akufo-Addo directed the two major political parties to dissolve their vigilante groups during his State of the Nation Address.
“We have also taken notice of your request to expand the scope of the engagement to Include multiple stakeholders, and wish to assure you that the NPP avails itself for this consideration at the meeting, which will afford the two parties the opportunity to agree on the various stakeholders to be invited in the subsequent engagements,” the general secretary John Boadu said in the letter addressed to the national chairman of the NDC Samuel Ofosu Ampofo.
It added: “The NPP proposes that this crucial meeting comes off during this week, at a venue convenient to you. And so, we entreat you to as soon as possible, get in touch with the party when you find a suitable venue for this meeting.”
The much awaited letter written by the General Secretary of the NPP, John Boadu said the invitation has been necessitated not only by the President’s call during the 2019 State of the Nation’s Address, but also, by the legitimate concerns expressed by the overwhelming Ghanaians about this menace, and the need for the two political parties to do the needful, in the interest of the nation.
It said “You would recall that, since the President made this call, our National Chairman, Hon. Freddie Blay, has been engaging your good self in telephone conversations on the subject. We think that time is now rife for the parties to hold this crucial meeting, which the whole nation has been looking forward to.”
The letter stated that the NPP proposes that the crucial meeting comes off during this week, at a venue convenient to you adding that “And so, we entreat you to as soon as possible, get in touch with the party when you find a suitable venue for this meeting.”
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