The group’s comments came at the heels of the arrest, detention, release and subsequent taking back to custody of the three former police officers from South Africa.


‘We view these posturings as politically infantile for a democracy that has matured beyond the youthfull age of twenty and above. We have heard the NPP’s noisy allusion to the lack of “Rule-of-Law” in the mangement of the matter in discussion, insinuating Ghana is becoming a “POLICE STATE”.”

It indicated that the propaganda being carried out by the NPP which has suddenly forgotten that in their eight-year they frustrated and removed some Public Servants, the notable one in the lot being Mr. Hodari Okine. A then Dep. Director of Ghana Immigration Service (GIS) was painfully removed without pointing out to him the crime/crimes he may have committed.

“Being a believer in the “RULE OF LAW” the NPP is lousy about now, he sought redress in a “court of competent jurisdiction” which ruled in his favour – ordering his immediate re-instatement, restoration of his salary and the accumulated ones paid him.”

‘For the number of years the NPP remained in office, they insultingly ignored the ruling of “a court of competent jurisdiction” till they left office, resuliting in a judgment debt.
These are the people who, INDEED, PRACTICE THE “RULE OF LAW”.
We conclude by cautioning state agencies to be circumspect when it comes to dealing with the laws of the state by not acting negatively which sometimes exposes the ruling Party to public condemenations.”



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