Maurice Ampaw, a legal lawyer has issued a serious warning if President John Dramani does not give punishment to Montie FM presenter and two panelists. He has warned that if his appeal is not taken into consideration, and Montie FM and two panelists are given any sort of comfort then he will go on hunger strike and this is his final decision.
Moreover he said that, he will boycott court for one year, he will not go to court for one year. He will also start a campaign in which he will encourage people to not to give votes to John Dramani in the upcoming elections.
Alistair Nelson and Godwin Ako Gunn, two radio panelists and show host of a radio station which is present in Accra, Montie FM were sent to jail for 4 months by the Supreme Court for the crime of threatening to kill judges of the Court.
In addition, the accused persons were charged with a fine of 10,000 cedis each whereas the owners of the radio station and the directors of the radio station were fined 30,000 cedis each.
Recently a petition has been signed by members of the governing National Democratic Congress (NDC), in which they have requested the President to have mercy on the arrested people, and don’t give them punishment by using his powers of pardon which have been granted to the President under the Article 72 of the 1992 constitution.
Maurice Ampaw hopes that President will consider his appeal, and hence will not forgive the suspects.
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