A former deputy defense minister has cautioned the former president to be careful of his utterances, as his words could lead to chaos.
Major Derick Oduro said, is there was to be chaos, no one will escape and so the former president needs to be circumspect in his attacks on the judiciary.
Speaking on Atinka TV morning show, the security capo said, while its fair to disagree with decision of the court, making comment that foment trouble should be accepted.
Major Oduro was of the view that, Mahama’s comment were based on the election petition which he lost, adding that the decision by the supreme court was best because it was not taken by one person.
“If seven persons sat down and they all have one decision, then it means that was it. If you do not agree with them, you should say it because no one has ever been happy after losing a court case.”he said.
Major Oduro RTD added that. “Since the 2020 election petition, the NDC has been on the judiciary till today; the want to bring the country down.”
Cautioning the dire consequences of such utterances from the former president, he said one will go scot free should any chaos break out.
“If we do not take care, and there is chaos, no one will escape. So we have to be careful and ensure that whatever comes from our mouth is peaceful, especially when is it coming the former president Mahama.
This caution comes after Mahama took on the Judiciary, attacking the Mr. Anin Yeboah and called for a new chief justice.
According to him, the image of the Supreme court is broken and needs repair and he does not believe the current leadership can fix it.
“Unfortunately, we have no hope in the current leadership of our Judiciary can lead such process of change. We can only hope that a new Chief Justice will lead the process to repair the broken image that our Judiciary has acquired over the las few years.” He said.