The Awutu Senya East NDC has alleged that the NPP has formed two militant groups who are tormenting residents in the constituency.
This was contained in a press statement issued by the NDC secretariat.
Below is the full statement:
NPP PARTY, SECURITY THREAT IN ASEC (KASOA)
The Awutu Senya East Constituency of the National Democratic Congress have learnt with utter shock and dismay , the unprovoked attack on Hon. Joehu Appiah, DCE for Gomoa East District for allegedly pulling down a sign post belonging to the NPP parliamentary candidate for Awutu Senya East Constituency..
This latest cowardice attack carried out by a group of NPP hoodlums call “CAN DO BOYS” is one of many attacks they continue to visit on their political opponents especially the NDC within the Constituency…The NPP only message for the upcoming election within the Awutu Senya East Constituency is hinged on using two militant group called the “HAWA BOYS and CAN DO BOYS”.
These same group of militants who have the tacit support of their parliamentary candidate who also double as the current MP of ASEC recently attacked an NDC supporter at Dokutsekope for pasting the posters of the NDC parliamentary candidate Hon. Adams Nuhu.
We condemn in the strongest possible terms this cowardly orchestrated attack which represents a major setback for our democracy. We urge the police service to swiftly initiate investigations into this unwarranted attack with the view of bringing these political hoodlums behind this attack to book.
We urge the police to see these as crime devoid of any political consideration or interference since it has serious security implications especially in an election year..
The NDC in ASEC wish to reaffirm our commitment to an issue based campaign premised on our visible and verifiable achievements devoid of insults and thuggery and we hereby advice our NPP to do same.
We on behalf of the peace loving people of Awutu Senya East Constituency appologize unreservedly to Hon. Joehu Appiah for the unfortunate attack..
God bless ASEC
Source: Akwasi Addo/pinkfmonlinegh.com