Ghana calls for military intervention in Zimbabwe

source: SW Radio Africa
Staff reporter
26 June 2008

Members of Ghana’s Parliament are calling for United Nations military intervention, as a solution to the Zimbabwean crisis. The parliamentarians say military options should be employed to save lives.
A report in the Ghanaian Chronicle newspaper quoted the MP’s, who were speaking in parliament on Wednesday, when they were contributing to a statement made by the MP for Dome Kwabenya, Prof. Mike Ocquaye, on the Zimbabwean situation.

The Deputy Minister of interior, K.T. Hammond, said the crisis is a sad story in the history of Africa. He added that the full force of Africa should be brought to bear on Mugabe, saying that if such acts are not condemned in the strongest possible terms, when it involves Mugabe today, it could be the [continue reading]

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