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Student dies during clashes at a registration center in Bono region

by The Ghana HIT

A student has been killed in a registration center in Banda in the Bono region after clashes erupted in the registration center. The clashes are said to have started after several people associated with the NPP parliamentary candidate confronted the current MP’S brother over unknown reasons.

According to the MP, Ahmed Ibrahim the deceased was a student who had returned to the area to inform his parents that he had completed school.

The fight is said to have started after the NPP candidate supporters went to the home of the MP’s brother something which triggered a revenge mission.

According to the MP: “the brother of my opponent who is the NPP parliamentary candidate was arrested with invisible forces and vigilantes with ammunition and guns causing mayhem and disturbances at the registration center.

“The military cum police cum immigration team who arrested him released him just 30 minutes after arresting him. So, they brought the exhibit to the police station without the culprits. And this was upon the intervention of the District Chief Executive.

“So, after setting these guys free, they went back to the registration center and they were all jubilating that they are in power and will teach we the NDC where the power lies.

“I thought it was a joke. The following day, yesterday, the parliamentary candidate together with his brother who was arrested and acquitted went to my house attacked my brother in the full glare of the police, beat him to the point that they thought he was dead and they left him there. Then he was sent to the hospital and is receiving treatment.

“After that, the community people organized in the area and said that car which came to do this should not pas there again, and that orchestrated the mounting of barriers in other communities. as I’m talking now there is a situation of lawlessness,” he added

The MP concluded by saying that the attackers were the same people who had attacked his home.

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