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Tuesday, April 16, 2013

NDC ask supporters to refrain from lawlessness at Supreme Court

The National Democratic Congress (NDC) has asked supporters of the party to view the election petition pending before the Supreme Court as legal process and not a political rally.

A statement signed by Mr Johnson Aseidu Nketia, General Secretary and copied to the Ghana News Agency said, party faithful should therefore desist from any act that would negatively influence the legal process.

It said information reaching the NDC secretariat indicate that an indentified group of people are planning to storm the premises of the Supreme Court in Accra on Tuesday to demonstrate their solidarity for the ruling Government.

It said the NDC intelligence indicates that members of the group clad in party colours intend to create confusion to tarnish the judicial process.

The statement urged the security to deal ruthlessly with members of the group who act lawlessly.
Source: GNA

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