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Attacks on party executives must be probed – NDC to police

The National Democratic Congress (NDC) in the Upper East Region has expressed alarm over the present assaults on party executives.

Assailants assassinated the immediate past Vice Chairman of the Party in the region, Williams Akanyele.

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The incident is believed to have occurred on September 6th.

Furthermore, the party documented an attack on Binduri constituency chairman Martin Ariku by unknown persons two weeks ago.

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In an interview with the media, the region’s communications officer, Jonathan Abdallah Salifu, encouraged police to speed up probes into these instances.

“We are entreating the police to speed up investigations into some of these attacks, especially on our members because we don’t know whether they are politically inclined targets or it has anything to do with the ongoing conflict in Bawku.

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“We cannot specifically tell what the reason is but we are equally asking the police to speed up investigations and then make sure that they get the public informed as to what they know about the cases because there is too much fear in the region.”

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