There was anger among some political party representatives during an IPAC meeting held on Thursday, following the presence of armed police personnel, reportedly brought in by the commission.
The party representatives say they went through stringent security checks, not excluding vigorous scanning, before they were allowed into the conference room for the meeting.
This, according to Elvis Afriyie Ankrah, was “unnecessary” – since the meeting wasn’t related to “war”.
Speaking on NEAT FM’s morning show, Mr Ankrah however said “We [NDC] are not shaken by the move. It’s funny. Who was going to harm the EC?”
“Why would they [EC] bring a police officer dressed like an Afghanistan war soldier to a peaceful meeting? That won’t distract us in any way or stop us from talking,” he said.
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