Naana Jane Breaks Her Silence On Why She Signed Petition For The Release of “Montie 3”

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Jane Naana Opoku Agyemang

Vice Presidential Candidate for NDC, Professor Naana Opoku-Agyemang has explained what she deems false notion about her involvement in the Montie 3 brouhaha.

The first female Vice-Presidential Candidate said it was a wrong judgement against her that she was part of some NDC members who had petitioned the former president John Dramani Mahama to pardon the Montie 3 despite their shameful actions.

She, however, responded thus,

“We never went to the court to obstruct justice but allowed the legal system to take its due course. We never interfered with the process and even our judicial system allows for remorseful suspects to be pardoned.
“Even recently a lot of prisoners have been pardoned by the President. Look at what is happening in this current government, they always shield wrongdoers and don’t even allow for prosecution as compared to our example,” she clarified what she deemed as false impressions in an interview.

The Montie 3 were some NDC members who allegedly threatened and verbally abused judges on the radio during former President Mahama’s administration.

Source: TheBBCghana.Com

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