The current Communication Minister, Ursula Owusu in the year 2012 when then Candidate Akufo-Addo of the New Patriotic Party – NPP lost the Presidential election to the then incumbent President John Dramani Mahama said to NPP supporters that the election 2012 was rigged by Dr. Kwadwo Afari Gyan to President Mahama.
Addressing NPP demonstrators, Ursula Owusu was heard loud and clear telling the NPP supporters that the election was stolen and that there can be never Peace without justice.
“So what are we saying, No Peace, no justice – for our message is just simple. Our vote is missing. Not that is really missing but the votes have been stolen. Some people stole the votes so they should just being us our thing. Or do I lie? so all we have to say now is the thief have been caught.” – Ursula Owusu’s words to supporter whiles speaking in Twi, Ga and Ewe languages.
“There can’t be peace without justice and we will not sleep or rest until justice is done” – she emphasized.
Listen to the Ursula Owusu’s audio:
In the same 2012, some NPP supporters attacked and destroyed the vehicle of a man who was alleged to have had NDC flag on his car as he drove pass on the street where NPP supporters were demonstrating. The man is said to have still been traumatized since that incident in 2012.
Watch the video:
Again, Anthony Kabo also said signing a peace accord does not mean signing one death warrant.
Watch the video of Anthony Kabo, Adjoa Sarfo, Yaw Osarfo Marfo on what the they said:
What is the NPP telling NDC in 2020?
The NPP under the leadership of President Akufo-Addo, Ghana went to an election in which 8 were shot dead by men in uniform, several injured, military was used to harass voters, results of the election are now changing like traffic, Techiman South Constituency parliamentary election’s pink sheet the the EC claimed to have used for the non-exiting declaration is no where to be found, the people of Lolobi, Akpafu, Likpe, Santrokofi and Buem areas disenfranchised but non of these smaller parties have seen nothing wrong to say about it.
Not even one of the incidences Ghana experienced in the 2020 election was witnessed in 2012. However, the NPP with the support of the National Peace Council, National House of Chiefs, and some civil society leaders are worried and attacking John Mahama over the harmless protests of the NDC support following NDC’s decision to reject the 2020 election results citing fraud. They are yet to find voice to speak on the unfortunate happens and the killings of innocent Ghanaian voters.
They are yet to see the value in the statements of Ursula Owusu in 2012 and Anthony Kabo.