Police in Dzodze have apprehended vehicles belonging to the National Democratic Congress (NDC) and the New Patriotic Party (NPP) and those on board, for alleged acts of intimidation and attacks on each other.
At about 1700 hours on Wednesday, December 7, the Special Operations Unit of the Ghana Police Service chased a Bolero Pickup truck loaded with people believed to be sympathisers of the NDC.
The police also arrested NPP branded Nissan pick-up vehicle filled with stones and clubs spiked with nails.
The NPP vehicle was on its way to revenge alleged attacks on the supporters of the Party at Dzodze-Deme in the Ketu North Constituency where one person was said to have sustained a gunshot wound in a scuffle between the two parties.
The scuffle was said to have been caused by alleged attempts by some people believed to be sympathisers of the NPP to prevent voters from neighbouring Togo from coming to vote in the presidential and parliamentary elections. GNA