- Kennedy Agyapong has warned government against the spring up of vigilante groups in the country
- The NPP stalwart fears his party could lose the elections in 2020 if government fails to address issues related to these groups
Maverick politician and member of parliament (MP) for Assin Central, Kennedy Agyapong has spelled doom for his party ahead of the 2020 elections stating emphatically how he believes they would lose power to the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC).
The NPP stalwart has warned that government should either speed up measures to tackle levels of vigilantism in the country which are mostly perpetrated by groups of the party.
“Freedom is more important than anything else and I can state that the NDC lost the election because they refused to condemn these attacks and lawlessness but we won’t remain silence else the grassroots will vote against us in 2020,” he stated.
Speaking to Adom FM, the member of parliament warned that the possibilities of the party are at stake in 2020 elections should the menace not be fully addressed.
The comments by the minister follow recent display of uncouth behavior displayed by some NPP supporters who stormed the police station of Karaga and Sissala West - thus freeing their colleagues in the process.
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