The Institute for Security Disaster and Emergency Studies (ISDES) has advised the MPs for Tamale South and Asawase Haruna Iddrisu and Muntaka Mubarakrespectively to call their constituents to order.
Some irate youth believed to be affiliated with the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) and supporters of the two lawmakers on Wednesday protested against the removal of the duo as leaders of the party in Parliament.
Speaking to Asaase News on Wednesday (25 January), the president of ISDES, Dr Ishmael Norman called on the security agencies to be tactful in handling the situation.
“I praise the Ghana police in Tamale South and Asawase because the people are angry, it is possible to get overboard,” he said.
“But the police should exercise professionalism to ensure they reduce tension when they arise, and I believe they will be briefed properly by the IGP,” Norman said.
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