The Chairman of the National Peace Council, Right Reverend Professor Emmanuel Asante, has admonished the New Patriotic Party (NPP) and the National Democratic Congress (NDC) and stakeholders, to prove to critics they are capable of championing the agenda of disbanding all forms of party militia.
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But the NDC is skeptical over success of the dialogue due to postponement of adoption of roadmap drawn by the Peace Council to help end the canker, which both parties have been given two weeks to draft the document and make recommendations for onward adoption, however, alleged it was not involved in preparation of the draft roadmap.
Addressing the press after the fourth session of the dialogue series, General Secretary of NDC, Asiedu Nketia, said excerpts of roadmap vindicate the party’s position on dialogue and insisted, “This is a big problem which needs engagement of stakeholders who have role to play eliminating vigilantism.
“Two political parties alone cannot eliminate vigilantism, it needs everybody on board, if we are able to determine it is the work of the police which hasn’t gone down well, the canker is not being addressed, police leadership needs to commit to doing their work better, you draw roadmap for implementation, how can we be sitting down and draw roadmap for issues we don’t have control over,” Mr Nketia fumed. -ghanaweb.com/citinewsroom.com