12 NPP supporters suspected to be involved in the distraction at the Chereponi district of the North East region on Sunday 19th Sept, have been arrested and sent to the regional police headquarters to be examined. These NPP supporters who caused havoc, led to the distraction of many properties after the information of nominated MMDCEs was released because they felt betrayed by the leadership of their party in the constituency.
The ideology behind MMDCEs nomination is to serve the nation and if you have not been given the opportunity to do so, that should lead you to cause disturbances and if you really wanted to serve then there is no need to involve yourself in the lawless act, Mr Dan Botwe said at the press conference in Accra. Don't forget to follow for more.
The suspects are Kwabena Manteng, 43, Iddrisu Abdul-Rahaman ,42, Sumaila Ibrahim ,16, Kasim Abdul-Aziz ,28, Kasim Latif ,65, Ibrahim Awuffor,23, Osman Yussif ,36, Mohammed Abdul-Latif ,29, Fuseini Bawah ,30, Kwame Mahamud ,31, Bashiru Ayabli ,29 and Arimiyaw, 22
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