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(Audio) If you fail to protect us, we will put the law into our own hands – Shai Osudoku MP tells GPS.

It seems tensions are running high in the Shai-Osudoku constituency ahead of the upcoming general elections in Ghana. The Member of Parliament for the constituency Hon Linda Obenewaa Akweley Ocloo has expressed serious concerns regarding alleged attempts by the governing New Patriotic Party (NPP) to influence the election through the busing in of voters from other areas.

Her warning to the Ghana Police Service indicates a lack of confidence in their ability to maintain peace and security in the constituency. This highlights the perceived politicization of law enforcement, with the MP urging the police to act impartially and professionally in ensuring the safety of citizens during the electoral process.
The accusation of past similar actions by her opponent in the 2020 elections suggests a history of electoral manipulation or irregularities in the constituency.

This underscores the importance of transparent and fair electoral processes to uphold the democratic principles of free and fair elections.

The MP’s call for change and her criticism of the current government led by Nana Addo and Dr. Bawumia reflect the broader political dynamics in Ghana. As the election approaches, both major parties will likely intensify their efforts to rally support and secure victory.

The Electoral Commission’s call for voters to transfer their votes ahead of the elections indicates ongoing preparations for a smooth electoral process. However, the concerns raised by the MP highlight the need for vigilance and oversight to ensure the integrity of the electoral process and the protection of citizens’ rights to vote freely.

Listen to the MP’s interaction with Onokwafo Yaw Asiedu on #Ahotornews

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