Founder and leader of the All People’s Congress (APC); Dr. Hassan-Ayariga is urging all Ghanaians to defend the freedom and justice of the country by voting out the ruling Akufo-Addo government.
The known Ghanaian politician is unhappy with the harassment of media personnel, kidnappings, corruption, wanton sacking of public sector workers and poverty that is currently ongoing in the country.
Hassan-Ayariga, who is also a businessman called the current Ghanaian President a “human rights activist now a tyrant President” and accused him of bringing back “the culture of silence”.
“Let us remind Nana Addo the so called human rights activist now president that Ghanaians are not safe under his presidency” he said in a write-up he circulated on his social media platforms Monday.
He enjoined Ghanaians to “change the deceptive change”.
Many Ghanaians including journalists are outraged at the manner in which men who identified themselves as National Security Operatives picked up staff of modernghana.com; an online news portal in Ghana and allegedly subjected the editor to torture. They are particularly shocked because these heavy-handed treatment of journalists are happening under no less a leader than an acclaimed human rights activist; Nana Akufo-Addo.
Please read below Dr. Hassan Ayariga’s full post:
A human rights activist turned tyrant. Let us remind Nana Addo the so called human rights activist now president, that Ghanaians are not safe under his presidency. Human rights activist now a tyrant president. President Nana has brought back the culture of silence. What sort of tyranny is this? Media personnel being harassed, police officials being interdicted, Kidnappings, killings, public workers sacked based on false accusations and tagged members of other political parties, corruption and poverty everywhere. Our freedom and justice is under threat. Let’s defend our freedom and justice. “Let’s change the deceptive change”.
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