Founder and leader of the Democratic People's Party(DPP), Thomas Ward-Brew, has appealed to the flagbearer of the New Patriotic Party, Nana Akufo-Addo to personally come out and address the startling claims by Justice Kpegah that there is evidence available to him to prove that he never signed the matriculation book of the Ghana Law School to prove he was enrolled.
He pointed out that though he(Ward-Brew) has all along known Nana Addo as a practicing lawyer, Justice Kpegah’s claim that there are questions surrounding his profession can’t be brushed off easily.
He explained that Justice Kpegah wouldn’t just throw mud at Nana Akufo-Addo if he had no evidence available to him to beef up his points.
Thomas Ward-Brew maintained that Justice Kpegah's claim was enough for the NPP’s 2012 presidential candidate to come out with his personal response.
“Nana Addo has built a reputation for himself in this country and this should drive him to respond with an organized press conference,” he advised.
Though many have offered their view on the issue and spiked the former Supreme Court judge for raising this alarm, Lawyer Ward-Brew noted that the solution to the problem was for Nana Addo to organize a press conference and clear the air surrounding his enrollment with the legal fraternity.
The Democratic People's Party leader opined on Okay FM that the matter would be far from over if Nana Akufo-Addo underestimates his advice and remain silence on the matter.
He continued that the heated exchanges is expected to continue if the NPP’s presidential candidate fails to heed to suggestion.
“I believe that if Nana Addo comes out to respond, it would be an end to the matter. People are just speculating and it would take only Nana Akufo-Addo to tell the whole world where he had his law educations. I believe if he comes out to give detailed explanations, it would bring the whole saga to an abrupt end,” he opined.
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