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07-Feb-2017  
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The New Patriotic Party’s (NPP) Kandahar boys in the Northern regional capital have harassed and locked out workers of the Savannah Accelerated Development Authority (SADA) as their target attacks on government agencies enter day two.

Not even the presence of more than 30 armed police force could head off and quell the attack on the public servants who were violently pushed out from their offices, their belongings locked inside with new locks.

Some top executives of the authority were also taken hostage for questioning by the group.

They were accused of looting and engaging in “illegal recruitment of erstwhile NDC party supporters”.

The attackers took over the walled facility after rampaging and law enforcers had hectic moments negotiating with the cudgel and sticks wielding gang.

Police looked on whiles members of the group escort workers out from offices and changing locks.
They retreated and agreed to disperse the facility after five armed soldiers arrived but succeeded in stymying duties at the authority.

A Leader of the Kandahar Boys was heard saying ‘They did that to us in 2009…We have even try by allowing them to work and take salaries for two months. We don’t care about the police. We inhale tear gas and pepper spray”.

The violent takeovers of government agencies erode investors confidence. “When things of this nature happens the investors asked themselves is it the right place for investment, for me that is my problem,’ Sammy Damson, cooperate affairs manager of SADA told Ultimate news’ Eliasu Tanko.

The group last Friday locked up another three state institutions in Tamale after beating out workers.
 
 
Source: Ultimate1069.com
 
 

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