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Election 2016 Weapons allegedly seized from an NDC sympathiser

The weapons  were seized from the said NDC man, Cobson of Asuoyeboah SSNIT Flats with house number AH 2015S Thursday night following a tip-off by some agents of New Patriotic Party, according to 3news.com.

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play The weapons  were seized from the said NDC man, Cobson of Asuoyeboah SSNIT Flats with house number AH 2015S Thursday night following a tip-off by some agents of New Patriotic Party, according to 3news.com.

The police in Kumasi in the Ashanti Region have allegedly seized large cache of weapons from a known sympathiser of the National Democratic Congress in the region.

The weapons  were seized from the said NDC man, Cobson of Asuoyeboah SSNIT Flats with house number AH 2015S Thursday night following a tip-off by some agents of New Patriotic Party, according to 3news.com.

The weapons were concealed in a Jeep with Nigerian licence plate 468-13D. It was labelled as Peace MOWAC, the NPP claimed, as reported by 3news.com.

play The weapons  were seized from the said NDC man, Cobson of Asuoyeboah SSNIT Flats with house number AH 2015S Thursday night following a tip-off by some agents of New Patriotic Party, according to 3news.com.

 

The police, according to the report, were said to have been first called in but they had to invite the military from the 4BN Brigade in Kumasi in view of the magnitude of the weapons impounded upon.

Three additional vehicles were seized in addition to the Jeep that had the weapons.

Cobson is currently in police custody, the report said.

Meanwhile the New Patriotic Party Chairman in the region has been reacting to the incident.

Mr Antwi- Boasiako, aka Chairman Wontumi, said he and the NPP will save Ashanteman from destruction, urging Manhyia to take serious view of the matter.

He said the matter is a test case for the integrity of the security. “We have seen clearly the evil intentions of the NDC and how they intend to cause violence in the region; we want to know how the security will deal with this case."

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