Breaking: Asiedu Nketia attacked with AK47

Breaking: Asiedu Nketia attacked with AK47

- The men were weilding AK47 rafflies with other offensive weapons

- The heavily built men were masked in their operation

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A news report put up by kasapafmonline.com indicates that, the General Secretary of the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) Johnson Asiedu Nketia has been attacked by some unknown gun men.

Breaking: Asiedu Nketia attacked with AK47

Johnson Asiedu Nketia, NDC Gen. Sec.

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According to reports, the men wielding AK47 rifles and other offensive weapons attacked the NDC top member this afternoon at Teacher Mante near Suhum on the Accra-Kumasi highway.

The NDC Chief Scribe who spoke to Kasapa FM in Accra after the incidence said his attackers were driving in a Toyota Tundra vehicle.

General Mosquito said the men who were heavily built and wearing masks accosted his vehicle with other occupants harassing them in a broad day light.

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He added that he mustered courage and stepped out of his vehicle to confront the armed men, after which they fled.

“We made an attempt to take a picture of the gun men but we were not successful, so I called National Security to inform them of what has happened so that they could alert any barrier on that road in a bid to arrest the gun men but I’m yet to hear from them”, Asiedu Nketia said.

He said none of the persons he’s was traveling with suffered any injury during the scary attack.

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