A Plus And Edem Are Promoting Anarchy In Ghana And Should Be Arrested — Maurice Ampaw

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Another day, another call for the arrest of Kwame Asare Obeng, aka A Plus.
People have become so serious about this tv licence issue that any show of dissent and calls go out for those disagreeing to be arrested.
Yesterday it was the former Director General of GBC, William Ampem Darko calling for A Plus and Sam George to be arrested. Today, lawyer Maurice Ampaw wants A Plus and Edem to be picked up and brought to book.
The duo have both displayed their vehement opposition to the idea that Ghanaians pay tv licence fees to GBC and that opposition is sowing anarchy in the system, claims Maurice Ampaw.

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Speaking on Zylofon Fm, Ampaw said what the two are doing is breeding lawlessness in the country and must not stand.
“For Edem I’m sad about his reaction against the TV licence law because he’s my student, I taught him law so I expect that he portrays similar deeds as I do. He’s suppose to be law abiding. A Plus, he’s my younger brother and I don’t like what he’s doing.
“When you do that how can you advise someone doing something similar. There’s a better way of using the appropriate channel to express your opinion but using radical, revolution means is not acceptable in a law abiding country like Ghana. A Plus and Edem are promoting anarchy and should be brought to book.
“My worry is that those who are calling for people not to pay the licence are not helping society because there is a way you can educate people to be law abiding and at the same at fight for their rights.” he said.


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