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The MP for North Tongu Constituency, has lauded the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Regional Integration’s decision to intervene in the ongoing public discourse regarding the IGP’s letter in reaction to the British Commissioner’s tweet on Oliver Barker-Vormawor’s recent arrest over an alleged traffic offence.

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Regional Integration intervened to mediate the dispute between the Inspector-General of Police, Dr. George Akuffo Dampare, and the British High Commissioner, Harriet Thompson.

The Ministry in a press release indicated that it “has noted with concern the intense public debate that has been generated by the communication between the Inspector-General of Police (IGP) and the British High Commissioner in Accra.”

In a tweet he made in reaction to the press release by the ministry, Hon. Okudzeto Ablakwa said the Ministry’s intervention was time and impressive.

Below is a screenshot of his tweet >>>

The honourable member of Parliament had in earlier reports, debunked claims by communicators and sympathisers of the NPP Government that the British Commissioner’s tweet was against international law.

In a statement he posted on his Facebook page, Hon. Ablakwa gave four instances in which diplomats criticised certain countries and Governments over developments within those particular countries.

According to Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa, under the new world order — cordial collaboration, mutual respect, nuanced diplomatic skills, and peer review mechanisms are pre-eminent.

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