CARLOS KINSLEY AHENKORAH MUST BE PROSECUTED

CARLOS KINSLEY AHENKORAH MUST BE PROSECUTED

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TETTEH DJEM BISMARK started this petition to Government of Ghana, Ghana Police Services, Ghana Judicial Services, Parliament of Ghana, CHRAJ.

Hon Carlos Kingsley Ahenkorah, who doubles as a Member of Parliament for Tema West Constituency & Deputy Minister for Trade and Industry has posed a serious threat to Public Health and safety by meeting, dancing, hugging, and visiting people at Registration Centers knowingly that he's been tested positive for the deadly novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) in the previous week.

He admitted to this despicable act on a national radio station in an attempt to defending such a callous and reckless act as someone supposed to be looked up to as a leader.

Current reports have indicated that 4 members of his campaign team have tested positive for COVID-19 with one person dead.

Early hours of today July 3, 2020, the President of Ghana, H.E Addo Dankwa Akuffo Addo issued a an acceptance of of resignation letter of the Deputy Minister signed by Eugene Arhin, the  Director of Communication at the Presidency.

Even though no mankind has set eyes on the said resignation letter from Carlos Ahenkorah, as citizens, we believe the law must be allowed to take its full bites whenever anyone steps on its tail, regardless of the class of the person within our social strata.

His actions could be likened to a suicide bomber attempting a mass murder... And an attempt to commit murder is tantamount the action itself.

The President of the Ghana through an Executive Instrument made certain laws to curtail the spread of the COVID-19 virus. Pastors and many individuals who did not obey these laws were arrested. These offenders were either jailed or fined huge sums of monies.

In respect of this, we call on the appropriate authorities to take immediate actions to bring the Deputy Minister to book and be prosecuted as such just like other citizens were prosecuted when they fell victims to the laws..

Any other thing besides this would mean government is shielding wrongdoers just as many Ghanaians have labelled the President and some appointees (As corruption and wrongdoing clearing agents). And this may cause public disillusionment with respective authorities and government at large, for which its denouements may be untenable.

A stitch in time saves nine!

 

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