Parliamentary Candidate for the National Democratic Congress (NDC) in the Awutu Senya East Constituency Naa Koryoo has condemned attacks on NDC supporters in the Constituency by thugs she insists are from the NPP camp.
According to her, the attacks has set a pace for a war which is not physical but one against corruption, lack of respect of the rights of the ordinary citizen, vigilantism and abuse of power devoid of bloodshed and waste of lives.
She noted that for the past eight years, Kasoa has witnessed such ills which needs to be addressed hence the waging of a war which seeks to redeem the image of Awutu Senya East which has been tainted by Hawa Koomson since she took-over as a Member of parliament.
Read Her Full Statement Here
War is a default option to restarting a nation or government. This assertion i do beleive in because all the modern states we see around are one’s built on the debris of a war where people shared blood and develop values therein.However, the war i espouse that we fight is one against corruption, lack of respect of the rights of the ordinary citizen, vigilantism and abuse of power devoid of bloodshed and waste of lives.
However, these has been what we’ve witnessed in Kasoa in the last Eight (8) years of Hon. Hawa Koomson’s reign. Sunday evenings attack on youth’s returning from a peaceful rally by goons from NPP is no exception.In the next few days the battlelines will be drawn for the redemption of our constituency and country.What we are seeing is a taste of what the NPP is ready to unleash.
However, I urge true comrades not to retaliate. Let’s fight this battle in our minds and hearts. For that is where battles are truly won.Let’s be angry enough to want the change by moving across the length and breadths of this constituency to speak to what our party brings to the people. Let’s be resolute in convincing the people and given them a reason to vote for NAA KORYOO.Let us forget and forego any internal fights until the Umbrella is flying high again with power.Do not let us rest, until we see that change.God help us all.
Naa Koryoo okunor