Vigilante boys cry over unavailability of jobs; say they would only stop when they get jobs

Vigilante boys cry over unavailability of jobs; say they would only stop when they get jobs

Kandahar Boys, a vigilante group affiliated to the ruling New Patriotic Party (NPP) and based in Tamale in the Northern Region has advised President Akufo-Addo provide them with jobs before they put a stop what they are doing.

They added that the vision of ending political vigilantism by the president would be a mirage without providing jobs for them.

Speaking to Starr News, Mohamudu Shamudeen, spokesperson for the Kandahar Boys which gained notoriety for locking and chasing out the CEO of the Tamale Teaching Hospital at a point asked the president to provide them with jobs before any move to disband their activities.

Vigilante boys cry over unavailability of jobs; say they would only stop when they get jobs

Kandahar boys Source: UGC
Source: UGC

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“They should act now in order to bring down the activity of vigilantism. They should make sure they employ everybody because we are also human beings. We have families, we have people we’re catering for," he said.

He added that the government would find it difficult to ban vigilante groups if jobs were not created to keep those involved busy.

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