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US-Ghana cooperation: Akufo-Addo address was hard but vital – Rawlings

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US-Ghana deal: Akufo-Addo address was hard but vital – Rawlings
Previous President of the Republic of Ghana, Jerry John Rawlings has broadcast his feeling in the wake of the deliver to the
country Thursday night by President Akufo-Addo on the dubious US military arrangement.
The previous President said the President’s discourse was ‘hard’ yet ‘vital and convenient.’
As has turned into his style recently, he took to Twitter to make his perspectives known, and recognizably, he took a notably unique course from his gathering, NDC who have blamed the President for utilizing the discourse to excoriate them and to raise doubt about their patriotism.
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om his page, he required an audit of specific territories of the understanding that is a bone of conflict to construct agreement.
Jerry John Rawlings composed:
“In spite of the fact that the President’s address was hard, it was essential and auspicious to hear him and the American Ambassador (prior) avow that there would be no army installation set up in Ghana.
That was my significant worry in my underlying response to news of the understanding. The soul of co-activity, be it military, or strategic has dependably been there.
In the event that there are subtle elements that warrant a moment look, such points of interest ought to be analyzed to make comfort for all sides.” The tweet finished.
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President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo in a discourse he conveyed Thursday, reaffirmed his set out to dismiss a proposition for the foundation of a US army installation in Ghana by the administration of the United States.
He has additionally revealed that the United States government has not likewise made such a demand showing, to the point that he won’t be in the situation to concede it on the off chance that it is made.
“Give me a chance to state with the clearest attestation that Ghana has not offered an army installation, and won’t offer an army installation to the United States of America.
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In reality,the United States of America has not made any demand for such thought and, reliable with our set up outside approach, we won’t think about any such demand.
Be that as it may, regarding the substances of our conditions and the difficulties to peace in our locale in our chance, we have considered it reasonable to proceed with the Co-task Agreement with the United States of America”, he uncovered
In a broadcast deliver to the country on the questionable Ghana-US military collaboration understanding checked by,
he uncovered that he just consented to the present concession to the premise of the way that it will help upgrade the security of the nation.
“It is our firm conviction that the Agreement will help upgrade our safeguard capacity, and offer a vital layer of help in our basic push to ensure the peace in our district”
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The Ex-president prior advised against the choice that will permit the US military troops a free access to offices in Ghana.
He said in spite of the fact that Ghanaians may have the adoration for Americans, they won’t be glad to have “remote troops on such a scale” living among them.
Swimming into the issue, correspondingly, in a tweet, the ex-president requested that the legislature rethink the arrangement before proceeding with it.
“Ghanaians have enough outsiders ruling their monetary and social life. Adding outside troops to the uneasiness would be a lot,” he tweeted.
Mr. Rawlings said Ghanaians have felt “stateless” before in their lifetime and won’t need that to be rehashed.


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