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Former Deputy Minister Attacked by invisible forces

A former Deputy Minister of Local Government under the erstwhile  NDC government has been attacked  by persons believed to be from the staples of the  NPP’s Invisible Force, a vigilante group aligned to the ruling government,  on Tuesday Morning, 28th March, 2017.

Hon. Emmanuel Kwadwo Agyekum was with his family when his house was beseeched by five persons who identified themselves as part of government task force charged to retrieve all government cars  in private hands especially former government appointees.

Speaking to Ahotor FM’s Morning show host Emmanuel Quashie  Mr. Godfred Dapaah, the secretary to the former Minister, confirmed the attacks.

Adding that it took place when the former deputy minister requested to know the identity of his assailants.

The unidentified persons searched through the home and left the house without any property.

It can  be recalled on Friday, 23rd March, 2017 that members of the New Patriotic Party (NPP)  vigilante group, Delta Force attacked  the New Regional Security coordinator of Ashanti Region, Mr. George Agyei, asking for his removal and destroying state property in the process.

Mr. Dapaah concluded that the attack was unfortunate and needless. He pleaded with government and relevant stakeholders to ensure that measures are put in place to ensure that this unfortunate incident does not reoccur in the future.

The former Deputy minister and family are safe.


Daniel Koranteng Kwagyiri||Ghana

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