Minority walks from Parliament to Police Headquarters in search of justice for Sam George

By Mutala Yakubu
Minority walks from Parliament to Police Headquarters in search of justice for Sam George
Minority walks from Parliament to Police Headquarters in search of justice for Sam George

The Minority, National Democratic Congress (NDC) marched from Parliament to the Police Headquarters to seek justice for Ningo Prampram MP Samuel George who was allegedly assaulted by security officials in the just ended Ayawaso by-election.


Several videos captured some party members together with Sam George allegedly being assaulted at Bawaleshie during the election last week.

This assault led the minority pulling out of the by-election which saw NPP's Lydia Alhassan emerging winner.

Today the Minority boycotted the swearing in of Lydia Alhassan and marched to the Police Headquarters where they intended to meet the Inspector General of Police to discuss their grievance with him.

After covering a distance of approximately 2.23 km, the Minority members said they hope that David Asante Apeatu will have answers to the questions they have been asking since last Thursday.

The MPs arrived at the Police Headquarters where Mr George has been asked to write a statement on the assault in the absence of the IGP and his deputies.

Video: Joy

The leadership of the Minority have, however, been invited into a meeting with the Director of Operations.

Read also: Ayawaso West by-election: Minority boycotts NPP's Lydia Alhassan's swearing-in

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