Police trying to obstruct my work as an MP – Francis Sosu

The Member of Parliament (MP) for Madina, Francis Xavier Sosu has said he sees the moves by the police to arrest him as an attempt to obstruct him from his duties as an MP.

Mr. Francis Xavier Sosu also disclosed that he is being secretly followed around by strange men, while more are seen around his residence and office.

The legislator is facing trial for his role in a public demonstration against bad roads in his constituency.

In a strongly-worded statement issued in response to a bench warrant for his arrest on Tuesday, November 30, 2021, the known human rights activist, said he considers recent happenings in relation to these as a deliberate attack on his person and family security.

“I consider the police action and the recent bench warrant as a deliberate attack on my person, personal, and family security. This is coupled with strange men following me and seen around my residence and office areas, which highly endangers my life, that of my family and workers.”

The MP added that he sees what is happening to him as an attempt by the government and the police to obstruct him from his duties.

“I wish to remind the President of the Republic of Ghana and the Ghana Police Service that as a Statesman serving my nation in my capacity as a Member of Parliament, my personal security and security of my family should have been their concern.”

“Obviously, the treatment by the Police administration and the current Bench Warrant in the face of the above facts shows that there is an attempt to obstruct my duties in dear violation of the 1992 Constitution.”

Source: Citinewsroom

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