We are not in 2024 yet but it seems no political party is relenting their guns at all as everyone is keen on snatching power from one another. The National Chairman for the National Democratic Congress, Afriyie Ankrah has revealed earlier today that the NDC is planning of giving out guns to their polling agents to protect themselves if the need rises.
"Going forward, we have learnt lessons and maybe we have to give bulletproof vests and guns to our people to defend themselves at the collation centres. Nobody is going to allow what happened in Tachiman South to happen again”, he revealed on Orange Fm, a Kumasi-based radio station.
He further explained that the 2020 election has opened their eyes because they have seen the NPP won by intimidating their polling agents in the various collation centres but this time around they are marking them squarely.
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