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Police arrest 2 in connection with disturbance at NDC youth congress


The Ghana Police Service have arrested two people wanted in connection with the violent disturbances that occurred during the NDC’s National Youth and Women’s Congress.

The police, who had issued a wanted notice for these persons, earlier stated that the disturbances on December 10, in Cape Coast, led to the injury of three persons and the destruction of property.

The two suspects, Abdul Halid Shaibu alias Oluu and Ibrahim Razak, who were among the 16 persons declared wanted for their involvement in the disturbances, were arrested through targeted intelligence operations at Tamale in the Northern Region on January 7, 2023.

A statement from the police indicates that, the two suspects are currently being held in custody, and assisting the Police with investigations.

They added that “the faces of the suspects have been shown because they had been declared wanted with their images already displayed in our quest to seek public assistance in getting them arrested.”

Police arrest 2 in connection with disturbance at NDC youth congress

The police stated that targeted intelligence operations are still ongoing to arrest the remaining 14 suspects.

They assured the public that they would work to ensure the suspects face justice.

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