The opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) says media attributed to one of its members, Joseph Yamin that it will not disband a pro-NDC party militia, The Hawks does not represent the stance of the party.
Reports, published with the headline “NDC will not disband Hawks today, tomorrow or ever,” is attributed to former Deputy Sports Minister, Joseph Yamin.
But the General Secretary of the party, Johnson Asiedu Nketia, in a statement said those comments do not represent the views and or position of the party.
“The party wishes to reiterate its unwavering commitment to the process of disbanding all political vigilante or militia groups in the country.”
Below is a copy of the full statement:
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