Muntaka Gives Police One Week Ultimatum To Arrest NPP Thugs in Asawasi

    /    Jan 16, 2017   /     Ashanti, NewsBreak  /    0 Comments  /    389 Views

The Member of Parliament (MP) for Asawase constituency has given the police a one week ultimatum to arrest perpetrators of series of attacks meted out to NDC members as well as unlawful takeovers of public properties in that constituency.

Hon. Muntaka Mubarak at a press conference organized Monday January, 16, 2017, expressed his displeasure over alleged series of attacks on its members and properties vandalization by the supposed NPP supporters.

Amongst the suspected NPP supporters involved in the alleged vandalism is one Ali Suraj who is reportedly leading the crusade to cause mayhem within the constituency.

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An obviously unhappy Muntaka said “they want to feel the presence of the police in their communities protecting lives and properties or will also form hooligan groups to defend themselves”.

The former Majority Chief Whip called on the Ashanti regional police command to intervene and restore order or they will respond to these attacks in their own way.

He called on President Akuffo Addo to counsel his party members to order as he pledged by the Bible to protect the entire citizenry and not any sect.

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“President Akuffo Addo should advice the NPP youth to desist from threatening the lives of the NDC constituents because he swore to protect all Ghanaians irrespective of their political affiliation”.

Former Municipal Chief Executive for Asokore Mampong, Hon. Nuru Hamidan who was present at the press conference said they have assisted the police with the details and whereabouts of the alleged NPP gang leader to aid his arrest for prosecution.

Source: Sani Abdul-Rahman | kapital971.com

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