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Majority Caucus: No NPP MP has been allocated recruitment slots into security agencies

Earlier, the Minority in Parliament alleged that each NPP parliamentary candidate has been given 30 slots for enlistment in the various security services

The Majority Caucus in Parliament has denied allegations suggesting the government’s involvement in the illegal recruitment of New Patriotic Party (NPP) members into the various security agencies.

Earlier, the Minority in Parliament alleged that each NPP parliamentary candidate has been given 30 slots for enlistment in the various security services.

They claim that the move is to sway the outcomes of the forthcoming 2024 general elections.

Addressing the media on Tuesday (21 May 2024), Patricia Appiaagyei, the deputy majority leader, described the claim by the Minority as false and an attempt by the caucus to incite public disfavour against the government ahead of the general elections.

“It is essential to emphasise that no parliamentary candidate or Member of Parliament has been allocated any recruitment slots into any of our security services.”

“These claims are not only false but are a desperate attempt by the minority to incite public disfavour against the government as we approach the 2024 general elections,” she said.

The deputy majority leader also urged the Minority to refrain from spreading misinformation and to respect the intelligence of the public.

“Such tactics are beneath the dignity of our democratic processes and could potentially endanger the peace and security of our nation.”

“As the governing party, we remain committed to fairness, transparency, and the rule of law. We will not be swayed by these groundless accusations but will continue to work diligently to ensure the safety and security of all Ghanaians,” Appiaagyei added.

 

Reporting by Andy Sepah in Accra

 

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