The National Democratic Congress (NDC) has suspended its constituency chairman for Ayawaso North Tahiru Ahmed.
Mr Ahmed’s expulsion comes after he accused the party’s National Vice-Chairman Alhaji Said Sinare of supplying guns to the party’s youth to cause chaos during December 7 polls.
The party made the announcement via a statement signed by its Regional Secretary Theophilus Tetteh Chaie.
Meanwhile, the Police have dropped charges against Alhaji Said Sinare and Tahiru Ahmed.
The NDC Vice-chairman was on Thursday invited to the Greater Accra Regional Police Headquarters and interrogated over some AK47 and pump-action weapons suspected to be his.
The expulsion statement read “the Regional Executive Committee wish to inform Party executives in the Region and all media houses to the effect that the constituency Chairman of the Ayawaso North Constituency Mr Tahiru Ahmed has been expelled from the party with immediate effect for breaching article 46 (8) of our party’s constitution.”
“All party properties in his possession should be handed over to the Vice-chairman of the constituency to act,” the statement added.