Nana Akufo-Addo said he would never rest until justice is served in the murder of Adams Mahama.
The flagbearer of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) Nana Akufo-Addo has charged the law enforcement agency to exhibit professionalism in the investigations into circumstances which led to the death of the Upper East regional chairman, Adams Mahama.
Nana Addo said the circumstances of the death of Adams Mahama has shaken our party.
Speaking at a press conference at the party's headquarters in Accra, he condemned the act that led to the death of the NPP Chairman.
"Since the tragedy, there has been an outbreak of a cacophony of voices within our party. There have been many cries from the heart by party loyalists and supporters and a sense of despair, felt by many, has been demonstrated in various ways. The regional chairmen have led the cry and they have been followed by other important, identifiable groups and individuals within the party."
He added that, "It was to be expected that the regional chairmen should lead the cry; after all, Chairman Adams was one of them. It is especially sad for our party that this tragedy should befall us right at the time, indeed the first time, that we have a group of regional chairmen who have developed such a great sense of brotherliness among themselves."
It would be recalled that Adams Mamaha was attacked with acid on Wednesday by some two assailants and died the following day.
The attack and death have further deepened the crisis in the party with calls on the two beleaguered national executives to resign.
There have been clashes at the party's headquarters between factions loyal to the two executives and a group of party supporters who call themselves as the invincible forces.
Nana Addo, however, stated that he would never rest until justice is served in his murder.