– The national interchanges officer of the NDC, Sammy Gyamfi, hosts solicited individuals from the get-together to guard themselves
-His remarks come in the wake of the brutality that shook the Ayawaso West Wuogon by decision
– Gyamfi said Ghana’s constitution takes into consideration self-preservation, accordingly, the NDC supporters must do as such The national correspondences officer of NDC, Sammy Gyamfi, has approached individuals and supporters of the NDC to shield themselves in the progressing viciousness that has tormented the Ayawaso by-race.
He clarified that the constitution of Ghana takes into account individuals to safeguard themselves even with assaults, thusly, the NDC individuals ought to do that. “Shield yourself with whatever weapon you have. Regardless of whether a firearm, cut, whatever you have, simply shield yourself,” Gyamfi said with accentuation in the Twi dialect.
In a video located by webnationgh.com on UTV’s Facebook page, Gyamfi said the NDC had limited itself from responding to the continuous brutality since it is a well-behaved nature of the gathering. As per him, individuals from the NDC are not dreadful as individuals may think, including that they were prepared to do similarly reacting to the viciousness with brutality. Sammy Gyamfi further sent a solid alert to President Akufo Addo specifically, and the NPP when all is said in done, blaming them for thwarting the smooth stream of the races with savagery. He said the blood of every one of those shot harmed lay on the leader of the NPP and they would pay for it. He included that for harmony and the lives of NDC supporters, the gathering has pulled back from the race and requested that all individuals return home.
In the meantime, two individuals have been affirmed dead in the progressing viciousness, as indicated by a news report observed by webnation.com on GHONE TV. Those dead, are apparently NDC individuals who were shot in the stomach, ribs, legs and at the back of the head. While the NDC has reported its lack of engagement in proceeding with the race, the NPP has pointed the finger at it for inciting inconvenience in the supporters when there was none. Reports likewise have it that a few men clad in dark T-shirts were at surveying stations in the electorate and thumping individuals.