A Deputy General Secretary of the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC), Koku Anyidoho has hinted on Rainbow Radio 87.5Fm that, they will soon petition the International Community to place a ban Kennedy Agyapong, the Assin Central Member of Parliament (MP) because he is a terrorist.
He is alleging that, the legislator, President Akufo-Addo, Chairman Wontumi the Ashanti Regional Chairman originally known as Bernard Antwi Bosiako, are now engaged in state sponsored terrorism.
He was responding to the attack on the Kumasi Circuit Court by vigilante group, Delta Force where some 13 other members were standing trial for allegedly harassing the Ashanti Regional Security Coordinator, George Adjei.
‘’…It is a state sponsored terrorism. President Akufo-Addo, Kennedy Agyapong, Wontumi and co are now engaged in state sponsored terrorism. It is not about vigilante groups any longer.
It’s now about state sponsored terrorism and that is why the NDC is saying- we are going to petition the International Community for Kennedy Agyapong to be blacklisted. A travel ban should be placed on him because this guy is a terrorist.
He finishes inciting violence in Ghana then he runs away from Ghana because he has some foreign passport or some visa. He must be blacklisted.’’
He further slammed Wontumi who he indicated is bragging in Kumasi that he caused the transfer of COP Kofi Boakye for the manner he handled his [Wontumi’s] slap saga.
Koku Anyidoho, who was speaking to Kwame Tutu on Rainbow Radio 87.5Fm added, President Akufo-Addo has divided the nation due to the lawlessness of the vigilante groups affiliated to the NPP.
This he lamented will lead to anarchy if not checked.
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