Kidnapped Girls: Your Capo’s are occupying space and nothing to show-Mortey to Akufo-Addo

NDC Communications team member, Mr Edward Mortey who doubles as the Bortianor/Ngleshie Amanfrom Constituency (BNAC) NDC Deputy Communications Director has descended heavily on the President Nana Akufo-Addo and the NPP for what he describes as “tuning a deaf ear” critical and sensitive happenings in Ghana.

The maverick communicator cited some of these critical and sensitive happenings such as the kidnapping of the Estonian diplomats which the police couldn’t pick up intelligence, hence kidnappers too their heels as well the couples that were abducted and up to date, no information of their whereabout.

Mr. Mortey made these assertions on the “Eboboba” morning show on Homebase TV.

“The most annoying is the three kidnapped girls in takoradi, Nana Addo a human rights lawyer and activist he claims to be didnt have any morality to look into the matter but was so quick to call BlackStars Coach Akwasi Appian over Asamoah Gyan’s fate in the black stars”, he lamented.

Furthermore claimed that it is only under Nana Addo that today Ghana as a country have Minister for National Security, National security advisor, Minister of state- in charge of national security, National security coordinator, Minister for the interior as well as 16 regional security coordinators coupled with their BNI directors..

“In fact all these security capos are just occupying space and nothing to show for it” he noted.

He therefore challenged the NPP communicator, Collins Asante to stop throwing dust into the eyes of Ghanaians with the claim that “they (NPP) were using $1million 1constituency to distil drains”

It is on record , on the 5th of march 2018 , Hon Atta Kyea claimed they needed a facility of GHS 5million to desilting works and flooding on the floor of Parliament and also in April an estimated amount over GHS 170 million has been allocated for drains and floodings” so you can not sit here and be saying what your failed $1 1 constituency has done.

Mortey in his final submission urged the security agencies especially the Police CID to speed up their game and stop giving false hopes to Ghanaians.

Source:thenewindependentonline.com

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