Leaders of the governing National Democratic Congress (NDC) Aluta Boys in Tamale have disassociated the group from comments made by some of the members to cause mayhem.
Some angry members of the group on Wednesday in a Citi News interview expressed their misgivings on the Kumasi Appeals Court ruling.
[contextly_sidebar id=”RGUinqTC74jkHapFywFswiBCLrvTcQJj”]The group’s leaders in a sharp rebuttal on Thursday condemned the earlier threat.
They are promising to respect the rule of law for sanity to prevail in the Tamale Metropolis.
Adam Abubakari reprimanded the group’s members to desist from issuing threats.
He said the Aluta Boys are for peace and will do nothing untoward to cause mayhem.
“We just want to talk for people to hear that Aluta Boys we want peace we don’t want violence: Alutas we no stand for violence we stand for peace.”
“Our motto is do me I do you man no go verse: if you no do us we no mind.”
The group’s Chairman, Abdulai Yushawu appealed to Ghanaians to ignore the earlier threat.
“We are appealing to Ghanaians. Aluta Boys we are not violence people so they should forgive us.”
He however called for the release of some of their members who are in police custody.
The earlier report on Citi Eyewitness News on Wednesday dominated the airwaves of Tamale based radio stations, Thursday morning.
It generated mixed feelings from listeners who contributed to the various morning show discussions.
By: Abdul Karim Naatogmah/citifmonline.com/Ghana