Embattled Northern regional chairman of the opposition New Patriotic Party (NPP), Bugri Naabu, is accusing the roads, highways minister and member of parliament for Tamale Central - Inusah Fuseini - of plotting to plant chaos in the region ahead of the December 7 polls.
Bugri Naabu alleges that the NDC firebrand is distributing NPP branded T-shirts and guns to incite supporters of the NPP to cause mayhem during and after the elections in the Northern Region.
According to Bugri Naabu,"Inusah, the Tamale central MP, has got Nana Addo T-shirt and sharing it to his people with guns so on the Election Day they will wear it and cover their faces and go to polling stations and shoot and scare people not to come and vote in our stronghold.”
In an interview with adomonline.com, Bugri calls on the security agencies in the region to be alert and not allow warmongers to destroy the country.
Meanwhile, the Northern Regional Director of elections for the NDC, Tanko Rashid described Bugri Naabu’s claims as baseless.
"It is a baseless allegation. He is the same person who said in Savulugu that they are going to cause mayhem and now he wants to shift the blame on us” he refuted.
Security is expected to be heightened in the Northern region ahead of the elections as security experts have declared all polling stations hot spots for violence.
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