- NDC and NPP supporters have taken over a bus terminal in Kumasi
- The NPP supporters are accusing operators of mismanagement
Scores of passengers traveling from Kumasi to the Northern Regional capital, Tamale have been left stranded as supporters of the opposition NDC and the ruling government, NPP have clash at a bus terminal in Kumasi.
According to Joy News report, supporters of the two political parties have taken over a popular bus terminal at Alabar, a suburb of Kumasi, causing confusing for operators of the terminal.
Reports say, the confusing started when some NPP supporters stormed the bus terminal demanding passengers to disembark from a KIA bus and board another bus they have provided.
This was said to have angered some officials of Ghana Private Road Transport Union (GPRTU), operators of the bus terminal questioning their authority to make changes.
The misunderstanding between the two groups got heated, with members of the NPP accusing the operators of mismanagement.
They then demanded the operators to move out of the terminal for them to take over, since they were supporters of the opposition NDC.
The NDC members were said to have been angered by their claims, insisting that all reports to authorities in the past about similar actions have been ignored.
Joy News journalist who was on the ground reported that, the Police could not immediately confirm some reports that, two persons have sustained machete wounds in the incidence.
The reporter said, many travelers who were at the bus terminal at the time, had to run for their lives.
He added that, the Police have managed to calm the two groups for further investigations into the matter.
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