Gomoa Chief Urges Prof. Naana Opoku-Agyemang To Desist From Politics of Insults
President of the Central Regional House of Chiefs who also doubles as the Gomoa Ajumako Traditional Council Head, Obrempong Nyanful Krampah IX has urged the Running Mate of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), Prof. Jane Naana Opoku-Agyemang, to do away with politics of insults.
He advised her to, as a mother, embrace and unite everybody.
“We plead with you not to involve in politics of insults because we the people from the Central Region are not brought up in that way, therefore we would want you to honour us.
“Even if your opponent should attack you in that sense; your behaviour must reflect who you are and where you come from by dealing with facts and be objective about the message you have for the people of Ghana,” Obrempong said.
He further charged her to keep in mind that the country’s norms and culture do not permit such behaviour, adding that “where you also come from do not accept that behaviour”.
He expressed that it is very disturbing when Chiefs in the Region see high ranking members in leadership and other people engage in politics of insults.
”You must therefore be cautious about the words you put out there even if it is to rebut or disagree with an opponent’s submission; be very objective in your message…It is prudent for you to act as a mother and a woman from the tribe of fante who has been nurtured properly,” he stated.
Obrempong Krampah IX made gave this admonition when Prof Naana Opoku-Agyemang paid a courtesy call on the Central Regional House of Chiefs.
Obrempong also wished her well and prayed for her to succeed in all her endeavours.