Pressure mounts on Inusah Fuseini to apologize over parallel government comment
Inusah Fuseini, the MP for Tamale Central is under pressure to apologizeto Ghanaians. This comes after his call on former President Mahama to form a parallel government.
Yaw Oppong, a private legal practitioner has added his voice to the issue. He is asking the MP for Tamale Central to apologize for his reckless comment.
Oppong described the pronouncement of Mr Inusah’s comment as unwarranted. He said this in an interview with Kojo Mensah on the Asaase Breakfast Show. Oppong added that considering Inusah’s background as a law maker he should not have said what he said.
He added, we all have the right to show how we feel about issues.‘The right to speak your mind freely and conscience is limited by the very constitution that granted you that right.’ He added.
Mr Oppong thinks that in the heat of the moment, Mr Inusah may have forgotten about the effects of his comment. He said Mr Inusah may have forgotten that the end of his pronouncement may have serious legal consequences.
He should come out and apologize having realized that his comment has negatively affected the sense of people. Mr Inusah should use the same medium he used to express his dissatisfaction to apologize.
Pressure on Mahama
Fuseini over the weekend advised former President John Mahama to declare himself president-elect and form a parallel government. “I have said and I have advocated that he declares himself President and forms a parallel government. The impunity of this government which is legendary must stop and that’s how we stop it.”
His comments come barely a week after the Chair of the Electoral Commission, Jean Mensa, declared Akufo-Addo as President-elect in the just-ended presidential and parliamentary elections.
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