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The ruling National Democratic Congress has accused the largest opposition New Patriotic Party (NPP) of being behind the attack on President John Mahama’s convey in the Ashanti Region.

Section of the President’s convoy was attacked Tuesday night at Ejisu Oyoko after the President had commissioned the Centre for Renewable Energy and Entrepreneurship village for the Kumasi Polytechnic as part of his ‘Accounting to People Tour’.

A long queue of by-standers lined up on the streets of Ejisu and nearby communities hooting at the president and hurling stones at his convoy. Their motive for hooting at the president is not immediately known.

The Ashanti Regional Secretary of the NDC, Raymond Tandoh has said the party will demand that the police launch full-scale investigations into the attack to ensure that the perpetrators are brought to book.

“This attack is quiet unfortunate and this must stop, the NPP is behind this attack. The Youth Organizer has spoken that he was part of the group that attacked the convoy.” Tandoh alleged.

The NDC Parliamentary Candidate for Ejisu, Gloria Huzey reportedly sustained injuries from the attack and has been given a police medical form to enable her seek attention at the hospital.

The NPP in the Region is yet to officially speak on the matter.

The Ejisu Divisional Police Commander, Chief Supt. Laar Baman has confirmed the incident disclosing that two people have been arrested in connection with the incident but declined to give further details.

The identities of the two suspects are yet to be disclosed.
Source: kasapafmonline.com

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