The Coalition of Civil Societies against Political Vigilantism foresees disaster due to government’s posture on the recommendations proposed by Ayawaso West Wougon by-elections report.
The coalition questioned government’s decision not to accept most of the recommendations of the Ayawaso West Wougon by-elections report.
The CSOs explained that the public has seen evidence of incidents on the violence at the Ayawaso West Wougon by-election hence government’s decision seems to endorse electoral violence.
Addressing the press, Chairman of the group, Mensah Thompson gave the government a week ultimatum to rescind its position not to prosecute Sam George’s slapper.
The coalition predicts an upsurge of violence if the government fails to prosecute the operative who slapped Sam George.
Also, the Minority in Parliament has threatened to drag Mohammed Sulemana, the man who slapped Ningo-Prampram MP, Sam George, during the Ayawaso West Wuogon by-election before the Privileges Committee.
The Minority Spokesperson on Defence and Interior, James Agalga in a Citi News interview said the conduct of Sulemana, a SWAT officer is an affront to the dignity of Parliament and warrants some sanction.