Akufo-addo, A Threat To Peace In Gha. Military intervention in any case remains highly unlikely, but it is not impossible. Such an intervention, even if brief, would shatter Ghana's reputation as a stable democracy and discourage foreign direct investment, setting back three decades of progress. Saturday, December 27, 2008 A portrait of the perpetrator of the So-called Rawlings Hit-List On the 20th of November I received an e-mail said to be a forwarded copy of an original mail. Meanwhile, the NPP has keenly felt the reduced economic opportunities that come with being out of office. There has already been a noticeable ratcheting up of political rhetoric in advance of 2012, with both parties accusing each other of corruption and misconduct.
(Mitigating Factors, p.14.) Akufo-Addo's Track Record There is talk in town that had it not been the timely intervention of the then President J. A. Kufour, it would have been difficult for Akufo-Addo to concede defeat.