REJOINDER :GCPP DISCARD PUBLICATION FROM DAILY GRAPHIC WHICH STATES THAT “CUT DOWN RESOURCES ON INDEPENDENCE DAY, 3 POLITICAL PARTIES”
REJOINDER :GCPP DISCARD PUBLICATION FROM DAILY GRAPHIC WHICH STATES THAT "CUT DOWN RESOURCES ON INDEPENDENCE DAY, 3 POLITICAL PARTIES"
The Great Consolidated Popular Party GCPP has discarded a publication from Daily Graphic dated 6th March, 2019 by Dominic Moses Awiah which States that “Cut Down Resources on Independence Day,3 political parties”,and demand immediate retraction and unqualified apology from the reporter ,else the party shall undertake legal action against the publication firm for defamation of character.
According to Ashanti Regional Chairman of GCPP Mr.Kofi Owusu Omar ,the reporter (Dominic Moses Awiah ) had telephone conversation with the party Chairman Henry Herbert Lartey on Tuesday , 5th March 2019 around 2:30pm ahead of 62nd independence day celebration at Tamale about if is necessary for a Country like Ghana at this moment to celebrate Independent day and ” my Chairman double as Leader of GCPP Dr.Henry Herbert Lartey revealed to him (reporter) that it is necessary because it would be historic ceremonial event for Nana Akuffo Addo Government and also legacy for Generation to come.
He said the reporter fabricated the story which was contrary to what Dr.Henry Hebert Lartey disclosed to Daily Graphic reporter last Tuesday.
The GCPP as a party disassociate itself from the other three political parties whom the reporter claimed they want government to cut down resources on independence day.
He called on the public to disregard Wednesday, 6th March, 2019 Daily Graphic publication by Dominic Moses Awiah as false ,lies because the reporter want to undermine the credibility
, integrity and also tarnish the reputation of the party Chairman and Leader of Great Consolidated Popular Party Dr.Henry Hebert Lartey.
The party did not affirm this content of publication from the Leader of GCPP Dr. Henry Herbert Lertey .
“On the country’s economy, the Chairman and leader of GCPP, Dr Henry Herbert Lartey, stressed the need for the government to turn its attention to the economic issues affecting the livelihood of the citizens.
He mentioned unemployment and high importation of goods as major issues that ought to be dealt with immediately by the government since it continued to slow down Ghana’s growth.
As country, our focus right now must be exporting more products to generate more revenue in addressing the pressure on our currency. That is why I am happy the government is taking the Planting for Food and Jobs more seriously,” Dr Lartey said.
Sources :Koowaa.com/Kwame Baffoe Agyekum