Power transfer comment: Nana Oye warns Lord Commey, NPP and Akufo-Addo

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Previous Minister of Gender, Children and Social Protection under previous President John Mahama, Nana Oye Bampoe Addo, has sent a note of alert to the governing New Patriotic Party (NPP) that political force will be given over as specified by the Constitution of the nation, focusing on that the force of the state is the 1992 constitution.

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She mentioned Lord Oblitey Commey, Director of Operations at the seat of Government and President Nana Akufo Addo to observe that political force will be given over as directed by the Constitution.

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“The NPP Party, HE Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo Addo, Lord Commey of Jubilee House, Office of the President of Ghana. Observe, that the ‘Force’ of Ghana is the 1992 Constitution of Ghana. The ‘Force ‘of Ghana are our upsides of harmony, resilience and majority rule.

Force will be given over as per the directs of the Constitution of Ghana and that’s it. Observe,” she composed on Facebook.

Her remark comes after Mr. Lord Commey declared that the NPP ought to do everything necessary to hold power come 2024.

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His comments have been considered combustible by friendly pundits who say such critique could without much of a stretch dive the country into disorder.

What did Lord Commey say?

At the party’s Greater Accra Regional Delegates gathering last week, Mr Commey expressed powerfully that the NPP should do everything necessary to be held past 2024.

He expressed that there is blow-back for any ideological group that gets power yet neglects to hold something similar, a circumstance the NPP should try to stay away from.

“On the off chance that God favors you with force and you don’t get it well, you will lament what might befall you,” he said.

Master Commey further expressed that what ought to be of incredible interest to party allies ought to be power and not who gets chosen as party administrator or flagbeaer.

“Never again is the thing that we should resolve leaving this meeting this evening. Never again that this thing [acrimony] will at any point happen to this party. Break the 8 has turned into the motto yet as I remain here thus far as I live I will not break any eight (8).

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“The force I have, I would not hand it over today nor tomorrow. There is no 8 to be broken. I’m proceeding. Breaking the 8 mottos is a denigration. As though there is something for sure to be broken.

“We have the force and what is left is for us to support the force. We have a president who currently says I would surrender to the following NPP Presidential up-and-comer as President of the Republic of Ghana,” he told the cheering group.

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