2006-09-04 21:29:58This article has been read 782 times.
There are two issues on the table:
1. The so-called Andanis do not want to vacate the Gbewa Palace for the funeral of Naa Mahamadu to be performed.
2. For this reason the so-called Abudus think they must resort to self-help by forcibly ejecting their “enemies” the Andanis from the palace.
The trouble-makers on both sides have the blood of innocent people on their heads. The government has no hand in this latest shameful act of national destabilization.
We want to state it clearly that no one, not in the NPP, not in the NDC can forcibly “take” the skin from one gate to the other. To those who think the present or future NPP administration can do that, must stop and think again.
To those others who think they can flout the eminent persons’ road map by sitting tight in the Gbewaa Palace (If we can even call those structures a palace) must also think again. They would eventually have to make way for the funeral of Naa Mahamadu. Period!
All those bigots and hardliners fomenting trouble with their bad advice to both sides must look at the kayayei girls and troko pushers in Accra and question their consciences to find out if they are doing the right