The long awaiting list for the final set of the MMDC's is out this afternoon as it was announced by his EXCELLENCY Nana Addo Dankwah Akuffo Addo. The story is not the same across all the metropolitan, Municipal and Districts in Ghana. While others embrace theirs with two hands, others are fighting over the result they heard from the president of Ghana.
The video on YouTube confirmed the sad scene at Chereponi as Aggressive youth set buildings on fire 🔥 on the basis that the announcement from the president did not favour the person they deem fit to held the mantle as the District Chief Executive DCE for Chereponi district.
As a result of this, the angry youth stormed the house of the NPP chairman in Chereponi to accuse him of this involvement in denying S.K Orlando from being appointed by the president as the District Chief Executive DCE for Chereponi district. The police have reach the scene to save the situation. But the buildings was set on fire.🔥
Watch the video below by using the link.
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