Veteran Journalist, and Managing Editor of the Insight Newspaper, Kwesi Pratt Junior has cautioned the National Security to be professional in their duties as we approach Elections.
According to the veteran journalist, any attempt to act in bias in favor of the ruling party will not be countenanced.
“And today, I’m sending a very very clear warning to the security services. What happened at Ayawaso West Wuogon will never be allowed to happen again. In Ayawaso West Wuogon, after firing a few shots, injuring a few people and so on, people started scattering. The NDC even went to the extent of pulling out of the elections. I think that is history but I’m seeing things happening,” he said.
Pratt further added that he had seen videos of civilians confronting 30 to 40 policemen armed to the teeth and disarming them.
“The Ghanaian population is no longer afraid of guns and bullets. What I am seeing convinces me that the people of Ghana are determined to ensure that nobody bullies them. The people of Ghana have come to the point where they realize that mass mobilization is an antidote to vigilantism, reckless abuse of soldiers and policemen to the achievement of narrow partisan interests,” unhappy Kwesi Pratt indicated.
He warned further that anybody who tries that on December 7 will regret it.
“The use of violence and intimidation is not going to work on December 7, it will not work. We will not allow that to work. If at the end of the elections, the people of Ghana genuinely and truly want Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo to continue in office, all of us will agree. The ballot will speak; The ballot will speak the voice of the people; The ballot must be allowed to say what the people want and we will respect that. If at the end of elections on December 7, the people of Ghana decide that the new president they want is John Dramani Mahama, let nobody dare change that,” he warned.