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21-Jun-2018  
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Mr Dennis Amfo-Sefah, Tema West Constituency Chairman of the ruling New Patriotic Party (NPP), has dismissed the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC)’s attention seeking behaviour in government’s moves to provide identity cards for all Ghanaians.

“you were in Parliament and was presented with the bill, you scrutinised the bill, praised it and approved its passage, why are you now saying that the law is not good and so the Supreme Court should adjust it. Why? Were they sleeping in Parliament?" he queried.

Mr Amfo-Sefah, popularly known as Nana Boakye, who was speaking in an interview with the Ghana News Agency in Accra, said the NDC’s decision to go to court over the exclusion of the Voter’s ID card from the list of accepted means of registration onto the Ghana Card was borne out of the party’s nature to oppose everything government did.

The Tema West Constituency Chairman lamented that in spite of the clear fact that the NDC was only seeking to throw spanners into moves by government to do a very good thing for Ghanaians, the same Ghanaians are giving the NDC opportunity to waste ears.

“How the radio stations and TV stations keep giving the opposition their platforms to repeat the same tired argument over and over again is just lamentable. Ghanaians should shun these Pharisees for our own good,” Nana Boakye said.

“The NDC went to court simply because they later realised that the provision of the Ghana Card is a fulfilment of a campaign promise by President Akufo-Addo and just feel that they have to at least resist it. But whether they like it or not, Ghanaians will get the card; we promised them and we will deliver. I will however urge the Ghanaian people to leave them to their own monkey tricks. They have taken the case to court, let them go and sort it out there. Let’s stop giving them our ears to waste,” Nana Boakye said.


 
 
Source: GNA
 
 

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