Erection Of Toll Booth A "Recipe For Anarchy”

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http://archsimply.pl/?v=viagra-singles viagra singles newspaper, Kwesi Pratt is full of praise for the National Security Coordinator, Lt Col (rtd) Larry Gbevlo Lartey, for the demolition exercise carried out by his outfit at the University of Ghana, Legon, on Wednesday.

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To him, though the University has right which should not be undermined by government or any individual, it however should have acted within the ambit of the laws of the country. He revealed that UG authorities even rebuffed attempts by the National Security Coordinator to seek an amicable solution to the situation.

“That was a recipe for anarchy, total anarchy in the country and should not be tolerated. We don’t have independent Republic of Legon…It was even inconveniencing some of the people on campus. It was a major public nuisance which ought to be removed…critics lambasting the National Coordinator need to remember that before the demolition, Gbevlo Lartey wrote several letters to the University authorities to halt the construction for security reasons…,” Pratt added.

He further opined that allowing the UG authorities to go ahead with the collection of tolls would have set a bad precedent.

“Should the Ministry of Education also claim they need about 10 computers but have only three, will they be right in blocking the road and collect tolls to purchase the computers? When Korle Bu needs certain medical equipment and government cannot readily provide them the funds, then it’s safe to assume they can go ahead and block the road leading to the hospital and collect tolls to purchase the medical equipment,” he said somewhat cheekily.

The seasoned journalist also sought to justify the dawn demolition of the toll booth.

“…it was appropriate that the toll booth was razed at dawn…demolishing the structure in the afternoon could have worsened the traffic situation on the road,” he said.