Nana Addo says the mantra is only a call for self defence and not to war.
Speaking at the Upper West Regional capital, Wa from where Rafiq Salam reported, the NPP presidential candidate said after violent incidents in Akwatia, Chireponi and Atiwa there was the need for Ghanaians to defend themselves during the December general elections.
“All the major political actors have agreed that we want to go down the path of democracy that has brought stability to our nation.
But at the same time if you are playing a game and you are respecting the rules and the other persons are not respecting the rules, you have a difficulty, what do you do? Do you sit down and fold your arms behind your backs and say you just allow yourself to be cheated? Or do you try to act as a man in defence of your own right.
“That is all that the statement i made was about. That NPP people have every right in the face of aggression defend themselves,” he said.
Source Joy News Ghana