Nana Frema Busia, daughter of the late Dr Kofi Abrefa Busia, Prime Minister of the second republic, on Wednesday launched her campaign to become a member of parliament for the Manhyia Constituency in Kumasi as an independent candidate.
She also announced her desire to launch a new political party top be named Revived Progress Party, for which she would stand as the flagbearer in future elections.
Speaking at the launch, Nana Busia said the decision was to raise an issue of an abuse of her human rights and threat to her life by some government officials.
Nana Busia alleged that she had suffered a lot of injustices in the hands of the present government, adding that she had not been paid for the past six years as a legal advisor to National Security.
She alleged that there are a lot of injustices currently going on in the country and appealed to Ghanaians to stand up against abuses and discrimination.
Nana Busia said she stood for peace and security of the nation that was why she had worked hard over the years to prevent and control the proliferation of small arms, which were used in ethnic conflicts and armed robbery in the country.
She pointed out that what she wanted was for justice to prevail and reiterated her call on President Kufuor to come out and act on the numerous petitions and letters she had sent to him concerning the way she had been treated by officials of government.