NPP youth organiser charged for offensive conduct on police

Date published: Saturday, 2nd April 2016

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The Brong Ahafo Regional Youth Organiser of the New Patriotic Party, Kwame Baah, has been charged with offensive conduct for accusing the police in Atebubu Amanten of being negligent in their efforts to maintain law and order in the area.

There have been some disturbances in the Atebubu Amanten District after some youth vandalized the constituency offices of the National Democratic Congress following the removal of the District Chief Executive of the area from office.

Brong Ahafo Regional Chairman of the NPP, Kwaku Asoma Kyeremeh, told Citi News that the youth organiser has been granted bail and will meet the police on Thursday.

“The charge against him is that of a court offensive conduct. He’s been granted bail by the police and has been asked to report to the police station on Thursday.

They are conducting further investigations into the matter,” he said.

When asked whether or not the party and Kwame Baah in the region would seek legal action over how the organiser was treated, Mr. Asoma Kyeremeh said, “we have not taken that decision yet, we want to meet the police on Thursday before we make any decision.”


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