Continue To Voice Out Your Grievances- CPP Charges Youth

The Chairperson of the CPP, Nana Frimpong Sarpong Kumakuma The Chairperson of the CPP, Nana Frimpong Sarpong Kumakuma

The leadership of the Convention People's Party (CPP) is urging the Ghanaian youth not to back down on its efforts at calling on the Nana Akufo-Addo-led administration to fix the country.

According to the party, it took the resilience of Ghana's first President and the youth to fight for Ghana's independence and freedom.

In view of that, the demands by the youth to government towards restoring the country to its past glory, is in order.

Addressing a press conference on Monday, the Chairperson of the CPP, Nana Frimpong Sarpong Kumakuma, condemned the brutalities which has been meted out to the youth of Ghana, who have been protesting for better living conditions.

She said all that the youth is demanding is their constitutional rights which should not in anyway be resisted by the security with brute force which has ended the precious lives of some youth activists.

"All the youth wanted is just for the country to be fixed you cannot therefore be killing them ", she stressed.

In the words of the Chairperson, it was the Dr. Nkrumah, who was fixing the country before the same Danquah and Busia elements orchestrated his overthrow together with the Central Intelligence Agency ( CIA) .

The vibrant Chairperson, who had members of the national executives at the press conference did not mince words when she said if Nkrumah had not been overthrown his policies would have accelerated the country to a level that the youth would not be asking for the country to be fixed now.

"The call of the youth is what Nkrumah called for. Do not be shooting them ", she noted.

"What happened at Ejura and Wa are very shameful to say the least", she added.

On other matters, she warned all those she claimed were paid agents to be careful and that they cannot destroy the CPP which is becoming stronger by the day with a very United executives.

She, therefore, urged all those who left the party for various reasons to return to their lover party.

Source: www.theheraldghana.com/Patrick Biddah