Parliament appealed to reprimand Akufo-Addo over Serwaa Broni claims
Serwaa Broni subtleties her relationship with Akufo-Addo
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Akufo-Addo hauled before parliament
A request to indict the President of Ghana, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, has been introduced to parliament by about three residents.
The request wrote under the marks of three residents: Issifu Seidu Kudus Gbeadese from Damongo; Elikem Kotoko from Accra; and Stephen Kwabena Attuh, additionally from Accra, is corresponding to the few charges evened out against the president by one Evelyn Aidoo, moniker Serwaa .
“Inferable from these obligations and different obligations as concerned residents, we consider it imperious to request of Parliament on the wake of steady claims evened out by one Ms. Evelyn Aidoo Alias Serwaa Broni, a Canada-based Ghanaian, against the President of Ghana, on a few counts of denial of basic liberties, maltreatment of office, uncovering the security of Ghana to outside danger, the utilization of the public safety device to propagate crimes and hauling the name of the great office of President into offensiveness, among others.
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“The President of Ghana, H. E. Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo made a solemn vow of Office on seventh January 2017 and on seventh January, 2021. This vow of Office presented to the President, an ethical commitment to guarantee the name of the great office of the President isn’t brought into notoriety. Once more, the principal timetable of the vow of Office of President peruses to some extent, ‘… and that I devote myself to the help and prosperity of individuals of the Republic of Ghana and to do right to every kind of people,'” the appeal read partially.
The appeal additionally expressed that inferable from every one of the charges made by Serwaa during her April 17, 2022, interview with the Loud Silence Media, possessed and worked by one Kevin Ekow Baidoo Taylor, a United States of America-based columnist, it recommends that President Akufo-Addo has penetrated a few arrangements of the constitution.
“It is our modest accommodation that the President has penetrated Sub Clause (a) of Article 69 in light of the fact that the supposed demonstration of outfitted theft arranged by the assign(s) of the President, who was/were asserted to be following up on the sets of the President, was in break of the pledge to guarantee security and prosperity of the multitude of individuals of Ghana.
“We further present that the President penetrated Sub Clause (b)(i) of Article 69 since the result of his supposed lead with Serwaa consistently is a criticism to the high office of the President in International extent. We likewise present that Sub Clause (b)(ii) of Article 69 of the Constitution was penetrated in bigger extents.
“This is on the grounds that, the Presidential Jet which is worked by the Ghana Armed Forces is a security foundation of Ghana wherein private residents shouldn’t customarily approach. Regardless of whether they (private residents) were offered any such chance to get to, they should go through trusted status previously,” the request added.
See the full request underneath: