Appiah stadium's take on Abronye DC's assault

Appiah stadium's take on Abronye DC's assault

- Appiah stadium has mocked Abronye DC after the latter was severely assaulted last weekend

- He said Abronye DC's attackers were too nice to him

- Appiah Stadium urged Abronye DC to be respectful of his elders henceforth

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Frank Kwaku Appiah, the main opposition National Democratic Congress's (NDC) popular serial caller, has commented on the New Patriotic Party (NPP) Brong Ahafo Regional Youth Organizer, Kwame Baffoe's beating.

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Appiah Stadium. Photo credit: myjoyonline.com

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According to the notorious NDC serial caller popularly known as Appiah Stadium, those who assaulted the NPP's Brong Ahafo Regional Youth Organizer and left him with a broken arm, and a dislocated shoulder were too nice to him.

Mr. Appiah too has had a similar encounter with politically motivated violence. Last year he too was attacked by unknown persons.

He accused the NPP's Delta Force vigilante group of the attack, although the group vehemently denied the accusation.

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Mr. Kwame Baffoe, popularly known as Abronye DC, was accosted and beaten by party members on Saturday, January 13, while leaving the residence of the Atebubu DCE, where he went to meet party executives.

"I’m very happy for what has happened to Abronye, I went for thanksgiving last Sunday. I give thanks to God. Just as he (Abronye) said those who attacked me were from my lineage, I will also say the same. They should have even ‘finished’ him," he said, speaking on Accra FM.

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Appiah Stadium went on to say that the Mr. Kwame Baffoe ought to try to respect people older than himself whether they're in or outside the ruling party.

While no arrests have been made by authorities, suspicions have run rife concerning who may have been behind the attack.

Kwame Baffoe, on the other hand, has since been transferred to the Duaway Nkanta Catholic Hospital where he's currently receiving treatment.

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