Tens of New Patriotic Party (NPP) supporters from the Ablekuma West constituency in the Greater Accra Region yesterday, stormed the Asylum Down headquarters in Accra to protest a decision by the General Secretary, Kwabena Agyei Agyapong to suspend vetting in the constituency.
The angry NPP supporters claimed the party’s chief scribe has taken them for granted and never bothered to attend to issues affecting them.
According to the NPP supporters, Kwabena Agyapong claimed there had been an injunction placed on the vetting in the constituency, hence his decision to halt vetting scheduled for yesterday.
The party members demanded upon arrival at the headquarters to meet Mr. Agyepong and also have a look at the ‘so-called injunction letter’ from the court which was preventing them from going ahead with the vetting.
Mr. Agyapong was however out of the office.
“Since we had the power to vote him into office, we will once again vote him out if he refused to listen to us.
“He should come out and explain to us and give us a copy of what he took from the court before we leave here…,” one supporter shouted.