Politics

Barely a day after members of the opposition National Democratic Congress took to the streets to hold a demonstration dubbed "Kum Yen Preko”, Vice-President Mahamudu Bawumia has exposed the party on social media.

Following uproar about the decision by Parliament’s leadership to build a new chamber, the Majority Leader and Parliamentary Affairs Minister, Osei Kyei-Mensah-Bonsu, has said that the House will give up its plans if Ghanaians continue to oppose the project.

State intelligence agency personnel set to work on the oncoming “Kum Yen Preko” demonstration have told the Daily Statesman that security agencies are scanning “credible intelligence reports” which suggest that the National Democratic Congress intends to do “everything possible” to violate the constitutional liberties granted the protesters for their political benefit.

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