Ghanaians were shocked out of their minds Thursday when news broke that members of the NPP affiliated vigilante group, the Delta Force, had attacked a court and broke out 13 members of theirs standing on trial.
The shocking attack on the most sacred institution of the land was roundly condemned by all well meaning Ghanaians, as it was clearly a development that threatens to erode the democratic credentials of our nation.
Despite campaigning on a platform for real change, President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has done little to combat this menace, which has been building up for a while.
GhanaCelebrities.Com editor Chris-Vincent Agyapong Febiri has waded into the controversy, calling on the President to take action to halt this menace since ‘Ghana is not owned by Cartoon Network’.
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Chris-Vincent added that this is not the change Ghanaians voted for and that the rule of law in this country must work as intended.
Read his thoughts, posted on Facebook, below…
Ghana is an interesting country–together with several sane others, we condemned the Montie 3, who threatened to kill and rape justices on radio.
They were NDC folks and beyond the party colors, we were right to call for their incarceration–we were right to ask that they were punished by the law for the violation.
Interestingly, many NPP members championed the campaign against the Montie 3, and we opposed the “presidential pardon” that followed.
We call ourselves patriots, democrats, and several elite names.
Now, our own members, who have formed a vigilante group, Delta Force, known to the government, walked into a courtroom, the holy land of freedom and justice, and threatened a judge to her face. They even set the people arrested by a competent law enforcement agency FREE–their members.
So this is the change we voted for huh? Nana Addo, please get serious. Ghana is not owned by cartoon network.
I prefer Montie 3 to this, though they are all law breakers.
I thought we had rule of law in full operation in Ghana–and not this sort of Tyrannical rule.
-Chris-Vincent Agyapong Febiri