The Invincible Forces were said to have taken over the headquarters and prevented Afoko and Agyepong from entering their respective offices
The Invisible Forces security group guarding the New Patriotic Party’s (NPP) headquarters, has welcomed the appeal by the flag-bearer of the party to grant the party’s National Chairman, Paul Afoko and General Secretary, Kwabena Agyepong access to their offices.
The Invincible Forces were said to have taken over the headquarters and prevented the two beleaguered executives from entering their respective offices following accusations that they masterminded the killing of the party’s Upper East regional chairman, Adams Mahama.
But presidential candidate, Nana Akufo-Addo addressing party supporters on recent happenings at the party’s headquarters on Friday, advised that the two national executives be allowed access to their offices.
"Whilst we continue with the period of mourning for Chairman Adams and until the party’s governing bodies meet, I ask that we normalize things within our party. This means, for instance, that the officers of the party, the National Chairman and the General Secretary in particular, must have access to their offices at party headquarters and not be hindered in any way from being able to conduct their duties," he stated.
Vice Chairman of the group, Dennis Ahmed during a press conference held on Friday, indicated that the group will heed to the call.
“We are happy about what the flag-bearer came here to do and we will take it and work with it. All we want is peace. As of today, all is okay now, everybody can come to the office and have his normal work. We don’t have problem with anybody. We are with them, what matters is that security of the party is paramount”, he noted.