The National Democratic Congress (NDC) has released a statement that is calling on Ghana police to immediately arrest MP for Assin Central, Kennedy Ohene Agyapong, whom the NDC believes is largely behind the “terror” group.
The statement signed by the NDC General Secretary Johnson Asiedu Nketia, Kennedy Agyapong's behaviour on the issue is being described as arrogant and demand that the police treat his confiscation as a matter of urgency and to show commitment to the fight against terror.
Although Mr. Agyapong has publicly withdrawn his support for the group, the NDC believes he is the brain and fuel behind the lawless acts by the 'Delta Force'.
The statement said, "We also use this opportunity to call on the following security bosses who have shown complete failure in dealing with this matter, to resign their positions with immediate effect; the Interior Minister, the Minister for National Security, the Inspector General of Police and the National Security Coordinator."
In addition, the leading opposition party wants President Nana Akufo-Addo to take swift action to ensure a continuation of the trial of the members of the 'Delta Force', and also demand "an immediate arrest and trial of all those involved in the attack on the circuit court. That the President takes full responsibility for these actions."