Edudzi Tamakloe, an aide to former president John Dramani Mahama has said the recent brawl in Parliament is a manifestation of Mr Mahama’s ‘do or die’ comment.
According to him Mr Mahama’s call for the NDC to be vigilant has commenced and that the NPP’s fond habit of using violence at any point in time will not be countenanced.
“We are not going to allow you walk over us. If you look at the very ethos of our friends in the NPP, they believe in confrontational politics. Politics of bullying you through.
“Be assured the NPP does not have monopoly over idiocy. You don’t have monopoly over idiocy. You should know that we are not going to play second fiddle to you guys. Maybe the all-die-be-die or do-or-die is starting now,” he said.