The vice presidential candidate of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), Professor Naana Jane Opoku-Agyemang, has mourned with the families of NDC activists who lost their lives due to the violence that characterized the just-ended general elections
A total of 61 cases leading to the death of six people were reported nationwide including the recent death of Ibrahim Abbass, the young NDC activist shot at a collation centre in the Ablekuma Central constituency.
Abbass died on Wednesday, December 16, 2020. Opoku-Agyemang visited the family of the deceased to commiserate with them.
She also visited the injured in the hospital and those discharged in their homes.
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Addressing the violence that took place in the just-ended elections in a Facebook post, the former education minister assured that the NDC shall not rest until the perpetrators are brought to justice as she shares pictures of the families she visited
I have been commiserating with the family of Ibrahim Abass, the young NDC activist who was shot at a collation centre in the Ablekuma Central Constituency on December 7 after he lost the battle for his life earlier today.
I also visited the injured in hospital and those discharged in their homes. Violence must have no place in our elections.You have our strongest assurance that we shall not rest until the perpetrators are brought to justice.May Allah grant the beautiful soul of Ibrahim Abass and all those killed by bloodthirsty hoodlums during the 2020 elections Jannatul Firdaus
Below are some of the photos