Kumasi: Police quiz NDC Vice Chairman, five others for wearing ‘army uniforms’ during Mahama tour


Six Ashanti Regional Executives of the opposition NDC have been invited by the police CID for questioning.

The leaders including the Regional Vice Chairman Captain Kwame Jabari (Rtd) are assisting investigations after they were captured in a viral photo wearing military camouflage during former President John Mahama’s tour of the region.

The others are Baah Acheamfour, a Deputy Secretary, Seth Atanga, Deputy Youth Organizer, and Marvin Philip Frazer Norman, Treasurer.

They have since been admitted to a self-recognizance bail by the police after writing their caution statement. Captain Jabari (Rtd) is already accusing the state security of attempts to intimidate members of the opposition party.

He said such conduct will be fiercely resisted.

“It is just an attire that was worn, and we will continue to wear it until a court of competent jurisdiction says that Ashanti Region NDC executives cannot wear it then we stop wearing it. The police are not a law unto themselves. The executives are more poised, and we will leave no stone unturned. We will not be intimated by anybody. We are more focused on victory in 2024”, he said.

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