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Carlos Ahenkrah should have been beaten like Kejetia thief – Asiedu Nketiah

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Johnson Asiedu Nketia, the General Secretary of the National Democratic Congress has compared the activities of Carlos Kingsley Ahenkorah, the Tema West Member of Parliament during the appointment of the Speaker of Parliament to a thief stealing at the famous Kejetia Market in Kumasi.

“At the point when somebody takes something like Carlos did. Carlos Ahenkorah is a thief and everybody has seen it. He took something and flee with it. When somebody takes something at Kejetia, don’t we chase him and recover the stolen thing? In this way, any individual who sees the lawbreaker and permits him to escape is complicit in the wrongdoing”.

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“As a citizen you have an obligation to forestall wrongdoing. The MPs who pursued Carlos Ahenkorah did well indeed. I praise them. The individuals who slapped him when he attempted to bite the ballot papers additionally did very well since, supposing that we had not slapped him, he would have swallowed it.”

Asiedu Nketia didn’t dance around the issues in alluding to Carlos Ahenkorah as a thief who deserved the treatment he got from certain MPs.

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Recordings of the occurrence show a few MPs including the NDC Chief Whip Muntaka Mohammed attacking Carlos Ahenkorah.

Asiedu Nketia disclosed to Accra FM that the MPs who grabbed Carlos Ahenkorah deserves commendation for catching a ‘thief’.

It will be recalled that during the checking of Ballot papers for the appointment of the Speaker of Parliament on January 7, 2020, Carlos Ahenkorah snatched some ballot papers

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He in this manner defended his activities by stating that he did it to ensure the interest of his Party, the NPP.

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