“In the event, Owusu-Bempah and his group remain nonchalant and attempt anything close to what they have announced, they should pay for their coffins and graves before they come,”
One of the communication members of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) who planned to demonstrate in front of the office of former Ghana President John Dramani Mahama have received strong warning.
The Greater Accra Regional caucus of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) youth wing gave the warning in a statement titled “pay for your graves and coffins before you attempt a demonstration at Mahama’s office”.
In a now-deleted peacefmonline.com report, Ernest Kofi Owusu-Bempah and a group of people issued a 14- day ultimatum for the Special Prosecutor to investigate the infamous Airbus scandal involving the office of the former president.
The statement sparked reaction from the youth wing of the NDC.
The Youth wing in a statement signed by the party youth organiser, Amorse Amos, advised the people planning the demonstration to prepare for their graves and coffins before venturing as no one would leave unhurt.
The statement read “the group, if indeed it exists, and its leader may have a right to demonstrate, but that right must not be exercised in a reckless, illogical and smoke-induced manner”
“This statement goes as a warning or whatever they may want to call it, to Owusu Bempah and whoever he may be planning this with, that they should not dare come closer to His Excellency John Dramani Mahama’s office. If he and his lapdogs are men, they should make any silly attempt around that office.
“In the event, Owusu-Bempah and his group remain nonchalant and attempt anything close to what they have announced, they should pay for their coffins and graves before they come,” the statement added