Chief angry over rowdy conduct of NPP vigilante group


The Chief of Sagnarigu, Naa Abdulai Yakubu, has expressed his disappointment in the conduct of ‘Kandahar Boys’, a New Patriotic Party (NPP) vigilante group that went on rampage destroying property of the Sagnarigu District Assembly.

He appealed to the security agencies in the area, to apprehend and prosecute the perpetrators of the violence, admonishing party functionaries to be mindful of the fact that the country is governed by laws.

Naa Abdulai Yakubu warned that he will not countenance such lawlessness in the area reiterating his resolve to liaise with the appropriate authorities  by ensuring that those who went vandalizing state property are not left off the hook.

Irate youth from the area who were protesting the exclusion of their preferred person from the School Feeding Programme, besieged the assembly premises and vented their spleen on property.

They were reported to have subjected a Deputy Coordinator Director to severe beatings after he tried calming them down in order to listen to their concerns.

This subsequently led to staff fleeing from the assembly for fear of being attacked by the party foot soldiers who bayed for the blood of the District Chief Executive (DCE).

But the Chief described their conduct as disrespectful towards traditional leadership and disregard for the rule of law, demanding an outright apology from group for the people of Sagnarigu.

Officials of the Assembly have since been summoned by the Chief’s palace who after the meeting is expected to announce his next line of action.

Source: mynewsgh.com


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