The National Peace Council says the two main political parties, NPP and NDC have agreed to disband political vigilante groups in the country.
This follows the President's request for the two main parties to meet and find solutions to political vigilantism.
The NDC and NPP today met with the Peace Council as the mediator for the meeting, the chairman of today’s (Tuesday) meeting, Prof. Emmanuel Asante reading a summary of the outcome of today’s dialogue to the media said:
In an interview with Joy News, the National Chairman of the NPP Freddie Blay said the NPP is very much committed and will ensure that that vigilantism is eradicated
The opposition, NDC national chairman, Samuel Ofosu Ampofo said getting rid of vigilante groups should not only be focused political parties but should be extended to the national security outfit