A victim of the violence in the Ayawaso West Wuogon bye-election of January 31, 2019, Seidu Hudu Zanzeh, has confessed to having been completely disorganised by the events that fateful day.
Appearing before the commission set up to investigate the violence of that day, Zanzeh said he has until date found no reason why he was the victim of beatings from the hands of men supposedly belonging to national security.
Having been asked by the commission to narrate series of events as they happened on the day, he said he got surprised by the crowd he witnessed on arrival and that started his confusion.
Zanzeh who said he had been at the La-Bawaleshie polling station to contribute crates of minerals for distribution to polling agents.
Zanzeh said he lost his train of thoughts the moment he saw the uniformed men and the chaos happening in front of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) candidate's residence.
Asked to identify himself in a video which was played by the commission, he said he could not recognise his own mother if she was presented to him.
Though he admitted to having heard gunshots and being beaten with a hammer-like object and the back of a gun on the park where the polls were held, he maintained that "I didn't recognise anybody. I got confused even before I got beaten".
Meanwhile, information available to YEN.com.gh suggests that a group of people are receiving training at a secret government facility.
According to Myjoyonline.com, the people appear to be a vigilante group, known as De-Eye Group, and affiliated with the ruling New Patriotic Party (NPP).
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