The National Democratic Congress (NDC) Volta caucus in parliament will tomorrow together with some national and regional leaders lead a delegation to the Ketu South Constituency over the heavy deployment of soldiers to the area by government.
Residents in the Ketu South Municipality of the Volta region had expressed concern over the rise in the number of security personnel amid allegations of abuse, a situation which some said was causing fear among them.
The minority claims is an attempt by government to suppress vote in the region by intimidating residents with the men in uniform ahead of the voters registration exercise.
In a Twitter post, Member of parliament for North Tongu, Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa indicated that the NDC is worried about the phenomenal and will take steps to resolve it as soon as possible.
“We have resolved that all MPs from the Volta Caucus in parliament together with some of our national & regional party leaders shall lead a delegation to Ketu South tomorrow morning”.
Adding that: “We stand in solidarity with the oppressed and we stand in readiness to confront & defeat bigotry”.