GPCC Ghana breaks silence on Hawa Koomson’s warning shot incident


The Ghana Pentecostal and Charismatic Council (GPCC) has broken silence on Awutu Senya East MP, Hawa Koomson’s firing of gun at a voter registration centre in her constituency in the Central Region of Ghana.

According to the council, they unreservedly condemn the unwarranted actions of the Minister in the strongest terms and call on the Ghana Police Service not to relent in their efforts in bringing all perpetrators of the shooting incident, including the Minister to book.

The Minister of state, Mavis Hawa Koomson said she fired warning shots at a registration centre in self-defence

To the GPCC, more worrying is the involvement of the Member of Parliament for the area and Minister of Special Development Initiatives, Hon. Mavis Hawa Koomson, who has publicly admitted through a television interview,her direct involvement in the shooting incident adding that, justice and fair play must be manifested in the matter.

The religious group has, therefore, called on the President, Nana Akufo-Addo, “to take immediate action on this matter to safeguard the peace and security of this nation and to assure all Ghanaians that we can trust him to keep this nation together in unity ahead of the General Elections in December.

Iddrisu Muftaw |



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