Irate NDC youth chaos: Police hunt for ring leaders

General News of Thursday, 10 December 2015


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Police in the Northern Region are on the hunt for five persons who are said to be ring leaders of an angry youth that vandalised the Metropolis on Wednesday.

The irate youth, believed to be members of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) stormed the community called Sakasaka destroying billboards and other valuables belonging to one Alhaji Ibrahim Seidu.

The angry youth say Alhaji Ibrahim Seidu should not have contested Inusah Fuseini in the recent NDC primaries.

Northern Regional Police Commander, DCOP Ken Yeboah, told Joy News Thursday police are closing in on five of the ring leaders who have gone into hiding.

“As at now we have not been able to arrest anybody yet especially the leaders. We are looking for them,” he said.

He said the ring leaders would be arrested for disturbing the peace and causing damage to property.

Meanwhile, a combined team of police and military forces are patrolling the community.