Reports reaching YEN.com.gh have it that some men have arrived at a polling station at Ayawaso West-Wuogon to beat up people.
The unidentified men are seen clad in a black T-shirts, and according to a Joy News report, they are subjecting people to severe beatings in the area in the ongoing by-election.
Reports also have it that some of the people beaten include Sam George, an MP for the NDC.
In the photo seen by YEN.com.gh, these black T-shirt men are seen in a scuffle with a crowd.
A police officer is also seen in their midst with chaos all over.
Earlier, some people believed to be NDC supporters were reportedly shot with many of them sustaining severe injuries.
The NDC has thus withdrawn from the race as earlier published by YEN.com.gh.
According to the party’s national chairman, their members, including the contestant, Delali Brempong, were being held hostage in the area.
He added that the NDC was also being “seriously intimidated” by the national security operatives working in the interest of the NPP.
But the NPP has rubbished the claims and rather blaming the NDC for making excuses and complaints with no cause.
The general secretary, John Boadu, said the NDC was rather trying to scare people from voting.
“This is the impression our opponents want to create in order to scare people from going to vote. Other than that what is the problem? Our sisters and brothers on the other side always will want to create confusion. When they are in government it is worse and when they are in opposition they are more dangerous,” he stated.
YEN.com.gh is following the Ayawaso-Wuogon by-election and would update readers with fresh details as they unfold.
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