A Deputy General Secretary of the ruling National Democratic Congress (NDC) Koku Anyidoho has described the murdered MP for Abuakwa North Joseph Boakye Danquah as a decent politician.
According to him, he hardly heard the slain MP attacking his political opponents in public like most politicians do in the country.
Danquah was stabbed to death at his East Legon residence during the wee hours of Tuesday. The police say they suspect foul play and have launched forensic investigations into the case.
Reports say the unknown assailants may have used a ladder to enter the MP’s room via his window to execute their plan.
Speaking to Fiifi Banson on Kasapa FM Wednesday, the former presidential spokesperson, in a consolation message, said he is confident the police will unravel the mystery behind the killing.
“JB was not a loud politician, I hardly heard him attacking anyone in the political space. He was just minding his business and doing his constituency work and I believe that is why his people voted for him again at the primaries.
“But I remain hopeful that the IGP and his officers at the headquarters will give us some relief by going to the bottom of this matter and apprehend the killer,” he said.
Meanwhile, the Greater Accra Police command has granted bail to three of the five suspects arrested in connection with the murder.
A security person and two female house helps of the late MP were released from custody Tuesday evening.