Managing Editor of the New Crusading Guide newspaper Kwaku Baako is calling on the Ghana Police Service to invite the General secretary of the NDC, Johnson Asiedu Nketia over comments to the effect that all political parties including the NDC register minors.
“This is an exercise in self-indictment driven by the Kwasia bi nti logic,” he said on News File on Joy Fm.
Asiedu Nketia speaking yesterday on a current affairs programme on Joy News channel said “We are the people who create the problems and we turn to blame the Electoral Commission,” referring to the current brouhaha surrounding the Limited Voter Registration.
The two main political parties have been accusing each other of malpractices during this exercise. The NDC has been accused of busing people form Togo and Ivory Coast to register.
In Tamale North, parliamentary candidate for the NDC Alhassan Suyihini has been accused of sending minors to go and register by an EC official. The NPP has also been accused of registering minors in the Ashanti region.
Kwaku Baako said if indeed Asiedu Nketiah admitted that all political parties engage in such act including his party the police should take the matter up “The police must invite him and ask him a few questions he is the one admitting they are doing it , if the rest are doing it and they haven’t said it where is the evidence to chase them.” Baako said