We Are Not in the Military Junta; the Youth only demanded for jobs and country fixed- CPP fires Gov’t

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Story Reported by Gideon Kotey 

The Convention People’s Party (CPP) has fired a salvoe at the military and the police for unleashing violence on the youth in Ejura.

Addressing a News Conference in Accra on Monday, the Chairperson of the Party Madam Nana Frimpomaa Akosua Sarpong Kumankuma stressed that government must take full responsibility for the excesses in Ejura and other parts of the country which have claimed lives and maimed several others.

“Ghana is not under military regime. We are governed by 1992 constitution and every Ghanaian has a right. Government must take full responsibility of the killings in Ejura”, she said.

The CPP Chair further called on the government to fix the country as the youth are demanding and also bring to book those found culpable in the Ejura killings.

Touching on the internal wrangling in the Party, Nana Frimpomaa described those behind it as paid Agents who wish to destabilize the Party for their selfish interest.

She stressed that the party is ready to face them in order to protect what she described as the alternative Party to rescue Ghanaians from their current predicament.

“We will not allow any paid agents to destabilize the party just as those stooges collaborated with the CIA to overthrow the multi-visionary Leader. We are ready to confront any defeatist frontally”, she emphasized.

She later indicated Ghana in it’s current messed state, needs the CPP to turn the fortunes of the country and position the country on a right footing.

“We are the alternative of Ghana and we can not afford to disappoint. We are going to fix this country with the youth”, the CPP Chairperson noted.

She therefore called on all CPP kingpins who have left the Party due the activities of what she referred to as paid Agents in the Party to come back and make the party formidable in order to annex power in 2024.

Source: www.truthtvnews.com

Editor: Nii Amon 
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