Stan Dogbe, a presidential staffer, was viciously attacked by some members of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) at the State House in Accra on Thursday.
Dogbe was returning home after attending the final State of the Nation Address (SONA) delivered by his boss, President John Mahama, to parliament when the NDC supporters accosted him as he made his way to the gate.
They angrily blocked his car and hurled unprintable insults at him while he sat in it.
Accusing him of contributing to the defeat of Mahama at the polls, the supporters described him as a wicked man and said in Twi language that God would punish him.
A very controversial figure, Dogbe was among the least loved government employees during Mahama's four years in office.
The brutality he meted out to a Ghana Broadcasting Corporation (GBC) reporter, which caused the journalist's recorder to break, is believed to have contributed to apathy towards Mahama during the December 2016 elections.
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