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Photos: NDC supporters pelt stones at Health Minister; injures Multimedia cameraman


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Some irate supporters of the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) have allegedly injured a cameraman of the Multimedia Group in an attempt to stop the commissioning of a Polyclinic at Ajumako in the Central region.

The cameraman who was there to cover the event together with the award-winning journalist, Seth Kwame Boateng, sustained the injury on his forehead during the attack.

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According to Kwame Boateng, the NDC members claim the erstwhile Mahama administration built the clinic thus will not allow the New Patriotic Party government to reap where they have not sown.

In spite of pleas from their Member of Parliament, Ato Forson, to allow the event to proceed, the irate youth ignored him.

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They started pelting stones at the Health Minister, Kwaku Agyeman Manu, chiefs of the area and other invited guests at the event.

Seth Kwame Boateng said but for the intervention of the police, the situation would have been worse.

Source: AdomOnline.com


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