The Chairman of the People’s National Convention (PNC) has been discharged after he was interrogated by the Criminal Investigations Department (CID) of the Ghana Police Service.
Mr. Mornah was at the offices of the CID to answer questions about some public statements he made which were deemed to be threats on the Electoral Commission.
After he was discharged, he told a group of teeming supporters that he stands by his comments and will continue to speak freely against what he described as “ills in society.”
A group escorting Mornah to the CID head office were stopped by the police earlier in the morning. They were stopped by armed officers who later allowed only Bernard Mornah and his lawyers to proceeded to the premises of the police headquarters.
The CID on Thursday, May 28, 2020, issued the invitation to the PNC National Chairman who is quoted to have said that he will resist every attempt by the EC to compile a new voters’ register.
But Mornah in an earlier interview on Eyewitness News said he does not see anything threatening about his comment.
According to him, his comment was only a piece of advice to the EC against the compilation of a new register ahead of election 2020.