WE WILL NOT EXCHANGE PEACE FOR VIGILANTISM – PNC CHAIRMAN
The National Chairman of the people’s National convention (PNC), Bernard Mornah, has expressed his party’s digust for vigilantism and alerted the ruling NPP (New Patriotic Party) as well as opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) to decry the creeping trend of hooliganism and thuggery gradually permeating the country, indicating that Ghana is bigger than their vigilantism.
In a recent statement on violence by the chairman, he stated that the recent violences recorded “casts a slur on the image of Ghana as a torch bearer of good governance”. He added that “it is sad that the governing New Patriotic Party and opposition National Democratic Congress appear to be engaged in a hasty and needless tussle as to which one of them reigns supreme in terms of political vigilantism and the accompanying consequences of violence and mayhem.”
The PNC chairman remarked that “His party would not sit aloof and watch them destroy this beautiful and peaceful country of ours. If they have nothing good to offer, they better leave the political and governance stage for the PNC to take over the running of the state in a better fashion.”