Step down if you can’t do the job – Victor Smith advises Akufo-Addo

NDC’s Emmanuel Victor Smith has questioned President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo’s style of leadership and claims the president who is almost 100 days in office will be unsuccessful as the leader of the country.

According to him, the president is not even on top of issues concerning his own party with vigilante groups disturbing the peace of the nation.

“Nana Addo is the president so he must with immediate effect issue directives to stop this behavior from the group [Delta Force]. If he doesn’t, we will have a lawless country under his watch. So where are we heading to as a country?” he questioned.

Speaking on NEAT FM’s morning show ‘Ghana Montie’, the former Ghana’s Ambassador to the United Kingdom however noted that, “If the president cannot do the job then he should step down, it’s just an advise I am giving him.”

“What is going on in Ghana now is not a joke, it’s something we must find solutions to before it explodes,” he added.

The New Patriotic Party (NPP) has condemned in no uncertain terms recent attacks by “Delta Force” in the Ashanti Region.

The party has petitioned the Police Service to crack the whip on the members of the “Delta Force” and ensure law and order in the Region.

Meanwhile, a Circuit Court in the Ashanti regional capital, Kumasi has refused bail to the eight members of pro-NPP group “Delta Force” who stormed a court there last week and freed suspects.

This was after counsel for the accused prayed the court to grant them bail.

The lawyers said their clients were nowhere near the Kumasi Metropolitan Assembly Court, therefore, could not have caused the distraction they are being accused.

The judge said due to the nature of the case, the bail request cannot be granted.

He has directed that the accused be remanded to reappear in court on April, 18, 2017



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