Editor-in-chief of the New Crusading Guide newspaper, Abdul Malik Kwaku Baako believes that the twice presidential candidate of the opposition NPP, Nana Akufo-Addo has done nothing wrong and therefore should not render any apology for his infamous mantra ‘all die be die’.
He thinks the NDC clinched on the statement and sought to create the impression that Nana Addo was a “violet candidate”. He however, believes events that come after the election 2012 well explained Akufo-Addo.
Speaking on JoyFm ‘News File’ on Saturday, the renowned Editor-In-Chief praised the two-time failed NPP Presidential Candidate and said Akufo-Addo could have caused an uprising in the country if indeed the impression created about him by the NDC was not mischief and propaganda.
“The basterdisation and distortion of ‘all die be die’ was murdered and buried by the dignified conduct of Akufo-Addo and the NPP post-election 2012” Mr Baako said.
Nana Addo had declared his intention to run again for the third time the presidential candidature of the NPP at his Nima residence.
These and many others prompted strident calls especially from the ruling NDC as a matter of decency and nobility for Nana Addo to publicly apologise and denounce an alleged inciting comments he made during one of his political campaign events.
Mr. Kwaku Baako maintained that, the ‘all die be die’ comments were not made “in public” but it was a political tete-a-tete which got leaked and thus quizzed the “logic” for rendering an apology.
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