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NDC running mate calls for equity in application and enforcement of laws

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Vice Presidential Candidate of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), Professor Naana Jane Opoku-Agyemang is calling for equality in the application and the enforcement of laws in the country.

According to her, if the law is not justly and fairly applied it becomes a breeding ground for corruption and other nefarious activities.

Speaking at a forum with management and staff of the Ghana Integrity Initiative (GII) as part of a programme to engage civil society organizations on the NDC’s manifesto, Professor Opoku-Agyemang urged the judiciary and the security agencies to at all times apply the law consistently.

She referred to some mass action she participated in and was criticized of which she has justified.

Touching on how corruption will be dealt with under the next NDC government, Prof. Opoku-Agyemang said Operation “STING”, is the way to go.

Professor Naana Jane Opok-Agyemang was also at the Center for Democratic Development (CDD). She noted that in as much as the NDC is committed to implementing policies in its manifesto, it would not compromise on value for money.

At Imani Africa, Professor Opoku-Agyemang answered questions on how the NDC will ensure excellence in Ghana’s education sector.

She said the focus will be on building the students up by supporting the teachers, putting methods in place for strict supervision and accountability.

In all, the NDC’s Running Mate visited five Civil Society Groups including Africa Center for Energy Policy (ACEP), the Socialist Forum of Ghana, Imani Africa, Center for Democratic Development (CDD) and the Ghana Integrity Initiative (GII).

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