You’II handover power according to the dictates of the constitution-Lord Commey told

Former Gender, Children, and Social Protection Minister Nana Oye Bampoe Addo has taken a swipe at the Director of Operations at the Presidency, Lord Commey for stating that the NPP was not prepared to hand over power to the NDC in 2024.

The former minister and legislator described the comments as unfortunate saying that the power which they do not want to hand resides in the people.

Lord Commey had declared that the governing NPP has no interest in breaking the 8 and will not hand over power to the NDC.

According to him, the NPP will retain power.

Mr. Commey said this at the Greater Accra Regional Delegates Conference on Friday.

Speaking on behalf of the President at the conference, he said the NPP government has a president who was prepared to hand over power to another NPP presidential candidate hence, the party needs must work hard to retain the NPP in government.

“I don’t care who becomes national chairman, I don’t care who becomes flagbearer, what I care is that the NPP continues to reign in this country.”

“Breaking the 8, it’s become a slogan. I don’t have any 8 to break. I am continuing; tell your friend, we are continuing…you are just scaring yourself as if there is something to break

Reacting to the comments, lawyer Bampoe Addo indicated that the values of Ghanaians are peace, tolerance and democratic tule and not violence.

She said power would be handed over according to the dictates of the constitution of Ghana.

“The NPP Party,HE Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo Addo, Lord Commey of Jubilee House, Office of the President of Ghana. Take note, that the ‘Power’ of Ghana is the 1992 Constitution of Ghana. The ‘Power of Ghana are our values of peace, tolerance, and democratic rule.
Power will be handed over according to the dictates of the Constitution of Ghana, and nothing else. Take Note.”


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