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“President Akuffo-Addo is the Worse Government to have tolerated Crimes in the country “- Peter Cobbinah

In sharing his opinion he enlightened on the types of Crimes in the country and according to the law.  Peter Cobbinah listed them into categories as; felony, Murder, Misdemeanor, Assault and others.

The wild speaking Constituency Youth Organiser for Upper Denkyira West, Peter Cobbinah has agreed to the Statement made by Kwesi Aning that “CRIME HAS BECOME PROFITABLE, IT’LL GET WORSE IF NOT DISINCENTIVISED ” on radio.

In a round table discussion on the topic above on Spark FM103.5MHZ hosted by Asona ba,  Peter Cobbinah began his speech on announcing that “Ghana is the Beacon of Democracy”. In sharing his opinion he enlightened on the types of Crimes in the country and according to the law.  Peter Cobbinah listed them into categories as; felony, Murder, Misdemeanor, Assault and others.

According to the Constituency Youth Organiser for Upper Denkyira West,  he agreed to the fact that crimes began from history but hinted much on Nana Akuffo Addo’s administration as the worse government to have managed crimes in the country.

Peter Cobbinah bringing out his facts he listed;

“Anas Number 12, the revelation on the killing of Ahmed Suwale…… Techiman South Election on the 2020 election on someone been shot without a course…… The killing of young boy whose body was kept in the fridge ….. Kasoa killings… and many others” Peter said.

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“All these Crimes I have listed above happened only in the administration of President Akuffo-Addo’s Government.  The Current Government is tolerating alot of crimes in the country and which makes him the worse government ever in the Country” He pointed.

“President Akuffo-Addo “sus) ” crimes in the country ” he said.

 

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