Ghanaians To Demonstrate Against US Embassy Over Mahama Tweets


Gene A. Cretz, U.S. Ambassador To Ghana

Gene A. Cretz, U.S. Ambassador To Ghana

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He described the comment as unacceptable, and said the explanation given by the Embassy does not help matters.

He bemoaned the fact that some newspapers in Ghana have carried the development and portraying it as ‘NDC versus the US Embassy’ thing, describing the development as ‘unfortunate.’

He argued: ‘this is about Ghana, our Sovereign Republic, which is at stake and not a political party our laws are very clear. Foreigners cannot engage in politics or meddle with our affairs.’

According to him what is even more worrying is the attempt by the US Embassy to ‘clean it up,’ adding ‘The subsequent tweets are very frightening.’

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