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Commission of Inquiry: It Is Evident NDC Don’t Want To Be Part Of The Solution - O.B. Amoah   
 
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09-Feb-2019  
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The attitude of the opposition National Democratic Congress shows that they don’t want to be part of the ‘solution’ to the violence that marred the Ayawaso West Wuogon by-election, according to O.B Amoah.

The government to get to the roots of the chaos that occurred at the La Bawaleshie electoral area during the by-election has set up a Commission of Inquiry chaired by Justice Emile Short.

However, the opposition NDC says the committee is just a ‘cover up’ and that nothing will come out of it.

According to them, because they don’t trust the Commission to do a very good job, they will not corporate with them.

Speaking to the issue, the Deputy Minister for Local Government, O.B Amoah, does not understand why the NDC is standing against the Commission when they are the same people calling for the perpetrators of the violence to be punished.

“I don’t understand the NDC, I believe that even though the issue could be associated with national security, there’s a larger picture…here we are we want government to deal with the process at the same time we are saying we reject it and that they are politically biased….it tells you that they (NDC) don’t want to be part of the solution. If we think the President should handle this matter, then let’s allow the process. Commission of inquiry is not only about finding people guilty…it’s also about findings,” he indicated on TV3’s ‘The Key Point’ programme.

 
 
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