NPP Raid: Afoko Disassociate Himself, Police Arrest Suspect

NPP Raid: Afoko Disassociate Himself, Police Arrest Suspect

Suspended National Chairman of the opposition New Patriotic Party (NPP), Paul Afoko has disassociated himself from the unfortunate raid of the party’s head office Monday dawn.

Mr. Afoko also condemned the attack and described it a dent on party's image.

According to him, reports of weapons having been found at the party headquarters is “even more worrying.”

Mr. Afoko however, called on the security agencies to “thoroughly investigate these incidents and get to the bottom of the matter.”

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Meanwhile, the Police have arrested some persons said to have had a hand in the ransacking in the early hours of Monday morning.

DSP Felicia Ayensu in charge of the Nima Police Station, who confirmed the arrests to Graphic Online, would however not say how many people have been arrested except to say, “Yes we have made arrests”.

Party supporters who have gathered at premises speculated that the invaders were in military uniforms.

A number of policemen have now been posted there and are keeping watch at the party office. They have cordoned off the street leading to the party office.


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