Security expert Professor Kwesi Aning says the firearm activity by Special Development Minister Hawa Koomson at an enlistment Center in Kasoa subverts President Akufo-Addo’s battle against vigilantism in the nation. As indicated by him, the MP is unsuitable to hold herself out as a legislator and as an individual from the decision New Patriotic Party.

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Speaking on the incident, Head of the Department of Research at the Kofi Annan International Peacekeeping Training Center said if the President doesn’t make a move against his nominee, the police will be debilitated in their endeavors at controlling vigilantism.

“This lady is a disfavor to her gathering, to the President, and the republic. If we don’t sack this lady, the police will always be unable to manage anybody on vigilantism. She has subverted everything the President has finished with vigilantism. Hawa’s conduct is damage to the NPP, the President, and everybody. She is a disrespect to the Republic of Ghana,” he said.

The MP who has admitted shooting an admonition took shots at the middle asserted it was to guard herself in the wake of feeling undermined while visiting enrollment focuses in the body electorate on Monday.

“I’m a Member of Parliament; I have to ensure myself. It was at sunrise; my police escort had not begun work yet. Along these lines, that is the usual way of doing things I occupied with his non-appearance,” she told Accra-based Adom FM monitored by mynwsgh.com.

Pressure bunch Occupy Ghana has approached the Police Service to arraign the Special Development Minister on the off chance that she saw as blameworthy in the shooting occurrence at an enrollment place at Kasoa.

“We can’t have an enlistment exercise and afterward a political race where individuals would feel so compromised that they would either remain at home and not vote by any stretch of the imagination or go to the enrollment or surveying stations equipped. Ghanaians are now fighting the spread of the unpleasant coronavirus. This ought not to be joined with unnecessary dangers to our lives and security.

“We approached the police to investigate the conditions under which this occurrence happened rapidly. On the off chance that it is discovered that the Minister penetrated the law, she ought to be summoned to the furthest reaches conceivable under the law,” OccupyGhana said.

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