A leading member of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), Tony Aidoo has warned that ?skewed comments? often made by the General Secretary of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) after court proceedings may plunge the country into chaos.

He said, Kwadwo Owusu Afriyie?s penchant to always incite people against government after each hearing of the ongoing Presidential Election Petition at the Supreme Court must be condemned in no uncertain terms.

Dr. Tony Aidoo?s comments come on the back of several calls on the media to blacklist the two general secretaries of the NDC and NPP.

The Ghana Journalists Association made the appeal after Kwadwo Owusu Afriyie, also known as Sir John and Johnson Asiedu Nketia were accused of giving different interpretations to what pertains in court to keeps their supports? hopes alive.

The move by the GJA was a measure to curb the ?mischief? being created by the two general secretaries but that call was rebuffed by many including some media houses across the country.

Meanwhile, Dr. Aidoo who seems to have had enough of Sir John?s rendition of the court proceedings, says he [Sir John] has been much of a nuisance to the legal process.

Speaking on Asempa FM?s Ekosii Sen programme Tuesday, a livid Tony Aidoo condemned what he called the vile propaganda campaign being embarked on by Sir John just to satisfy his partisan interest.

He said all Sir John cares about is to distort the facts about the court proceedings to meet the expectations of the hopeful supporters of his party.

Tony Aidoo implored the media to expose Sir John any time he makes such false statements in order to put his credibility on the line.

The NDC man said for a person who has carved a niche for himself as a ?concert man?, nothing he [Sir John] says should be taken serious.

Tony Aidoo urged Ghanaians to lay any blame at the doorstep of Sir John if the country is plunged in chaos after the Supreme Court gives its judgement on the case.


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