One of the leaders of the Coalition for National Sovereignty (CNS), Bernard Mornah, says the coalition has met to discuss matters relating to the developments following its first “Agbewo” demonstration on the Ayawaso West Wuogon violence and the general insecurity in the country.
He maintains in a press statement that the coalition has taken a shocking notice of the revelations in the investigative report by Manasseh Azure in respect of the operations of an NPP militia group called DE EYE who are stationed, trained and are operating in the Christiansburg
Castle, Osu, where two offices have been allocated to them for their activities.
“We commend the effort of Manasseh and his media house for holding their ground and keeping to the content and spirit of the story even in the face of obvious open state-sponsored hostility,
viturperations , attacks and intimidations.
“We have been appalled by the utter deceit, dishonesty and cavalier exhibited by the President in the response to International cum domestic outrage denying knowledge of any militia group
being sponsored by the NPP and/or his government, describing such claims as “palpable falsehood,” he says.
According to Mr. Mornah, Mr. Azure’s exposes the chameleonic nature of the President- a man whose words are at variance with his actions.
“We have also taken a surprise notice of the Presidents denial of ongoing recruitment of NPP constituency militia for the 2020 elections by the Upper West Regional Security Liaison contrary
to a Joy FM investigative reportage of same.
“In due course, we shall be responding appropriately to all these issues,” he says.
He calls on the security agencies particularly the police to as a matter of urgency arrest the leaders of this group (De-Eye) who have been exposed by this investigative work.
“The Coalition will be embarking on series of activities in the coming days to press home further our demand for the immediate demobilsation, disarmament and disbandment of all party militia
groups across the country.
“Ghanaians are calling for peace.
Consequently, we shall have a demonstration in Techiman on Thursday, 28th March, 2019,” he adds.