- A group of unemployed NPP supporters are demanding for jobs from government
- The group is threatening to kick out the MCE of Wa Municipal to give them charge over revenue collection
The issue of political vigilantism still rages in the NPP administration as some supporters of the party are said to have stormed the Wa Municipal Assembly in demand for jobs.
These supporters are making the claim that they are entitled to taking over the revenue collection of the assembly since they helped the NPP win power in the 2016 elections.
This request is seeing the irate youth to threaten the municipal chief executive (MCE), Isahaku Tahiru out of his job.
Police in the Upper West Region say they are positioning themselves to prevent any form of backlash as the regional police commander, ACP Kwadwo Boapea Otchere, says security is expected to be tightened in the wake of this development.
The outburst by these irate NPP supporters follows previous concerns over how political vigilantism is foiling the appointment of MDCs and DCEs.
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