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Disbanding Vigilante Groups: Mistrust Won’t Allow Us To Dialogue Alone - Gen. Mosquito   
 
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22-Mar-2019  
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The General Secretary of the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC), Johnson Asiedu Nketia has disclosed that his party is always not comfortable meeting NPP alone behind closed doors because of mistrust.

Speaking on Okay FM’s 'Ade Akye Abia' programme, he revealed that NPP has always been deceptive whenever it comes to issues of the state.

According to him, the dialogue on disbandment of vigilantism is very important, but it will amount to nothing if the discussion is limited to only the NDC and NPP.

He reiterated that since 1992, the NDC, NPP and EC have been meeting on IPAC and after every meeting they (NPP) will ambiguously turn around and mislead many especially when the issues go against them.

“Because of this (mistrust) we the two parties have even agreed to allow the EC to write its own minutes so that nobody will misinterpret anything to one another.

"Because of mistrust we cannot have a genuine and faithful dialogue, that is why we are calling for a mediator, third party to spearhead this meeting,” he stressed.


 
 
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