There are reports of heightened tension at the main opposition New Patriotic Party (NPP) headquarters involving a section of irate youths who besieged the party headquarters with the aim of distracting an ongoing National Executive Council (NEC) meeting.
Media reports do indicate the angry youth are protesting against the meeting which is said to be centred on the afflicted Korle Klottey constituency primaries - (primaries which is documented to have ended before the table of judges at the courts).
In the meantime, police personnel have been deployed to restore calm in the area and drive out the irate youth reported to wielding cutlasses and machetes.
The development remains the third ever at the forecourts of the main opposition party - a development which has drawn the concern of several political analysts who fear the party's in-house wranglings has the highest potential of causing a massive failure in the 2016 elections - concerns which the acting Chairman of the party, Freddie Blay argues must be traced to the conspiracies of government to make the party unpopular.
Freddie Blay has alleged that journalists in Ghana are been bribed by government with lump sums of money to focus on the crisis within the party.