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NDC Lawyer Twum Barima Commends A Plus for Tearing NPP’s Letter on TV, Calls It “Useless”


In a bold and outspoken move, Twum Barima, a prominent lawyer associated with the National Democratic Congress (NDC), has expressed support for musician A Plus in tearing apart what he referred to as a “useless letter” from the New Patriotic Party (NPP). The incident took place during a recent appearance on UTV, where Barima shared his perspective on the political discourse surrounding the NPP.

During the televised discussion, Twum Barima criticized what he deemed an attempt by the NPP to stifle dissent and questioned the value of the party’s letter. He applauded A Plus, known for his vocal stance on political matters, for symbolically tearing the document, emphasizing the importance of citizens expressing their frustration when they perceive actions that undermine democratic values.

The NPP had reportedly sent a letter addressing certain issues, and A Plus’s act of tearing it apart has sparked discussions on social media and in political circles. Barima’s endorsement of A Plus’s action adds another layer to the ongoing debate about the dynamics between political parties and public figures.

In his remarks on UTV, Twum Barima highlighted the need for robust and open discussions in a democracy, stating, “We cannot allow attempts to stifle criticism. A Plus, in tearing that letter, made a statement for many who feel frustrated with the current political climate.”

The incident has ignited conversations about the role of public figures in holding political parties accountable and the extent to which citizens can express dissent. It remains to be seen how this incident will resonate within political circles and whether it will prompt further responses from both NPP and NDC leaders.

As the nation observes these developments, the interaction on UTV has added fuel to the ongoing dialogue about the state of political discourse in Ghana, emphasizing the importance of fostering an environment where diverse opinions can be expressed without fear of reprisal.

story filed by: Nana Kwaku Duah


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