The National Democratic Congress (NDC) has mollified its position on the Commission of Inquiry exploring the Ayawaso West Wuogon by-race.
The resistance party has said it won’t keep its individuals, who were assaulted at the by-decision, from sharing in the commission’s exercises.
The Commission has said it will welcome a few people in the NDC regardless of their blacklist of the procedure.
A Deputy General Secretary of the NDC, Peter Boamah Otukunor, revealed to Citi News the gathering was all the while going to seek after different roads of equity following the disarray in the by-decision.
“While we won’t partake in the exercises of the commission, while we would be seeking after the course of equity for the exploited people in the assault, we would not stop or we won’t ban any unfortunate casualty from showing up before the commission whether they are NDC individuals or not.”
The NDC and the Minority Caucus in Parliament have communicated fears the commission’s sittings are an endeavor to shield culprits of the brutalities saw amid the by-decision.
The gathering keeps up the episode requested arraignment for the security work force got on camera and embroiled in the savagery.
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