AFC urges McCoy’s removal over conviction
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Opposition party the AFC yesterday called for the removal of Kwame McCoy from the Office of the President (OP) and the Rights of the Child Commission, hours after his conviction for assault and making threats.
OP press and publicity officer McCoy was found guilty of charges of assault and using threatening language, for which he was ordered to pay $70,000 in fines (See story on page 11). The incident stemmed from a row during last year’s elections campaign.
However, with McCoy’s conviction, the AFC said it is “imperative” that President Donald Ramotar now “act honourably and remove the unprofessional, irrational and intensely controversial Mr. McCoy from the …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.