‘My son told me not to return home when he heard bullet sounds’ – Delali Brempong recounts incident
Delali Kwasi Brempong, the NDC parliamentary candidate during the just ended Ayawaso West Waguon by- election has revealed how he had to be called and forewarned about returning home by his son the day the shooting incident at Bawaleshie happened.
According to him, at about 7am that morning, he decided to go round the various polling centers to ascertain for himself, the presence of his polling agents.
Before he could visit the last two polling centers however, he had a call from his son asking him not to return home.
“My son called and said he heard gunshots around the house, so i should stay wherever I was, I should not return home”
Delali Kwasi Brempong, said he hurried home only to find 8 bullet marks in the trees in front of his house and one in one of the pillars in the gate of his neighbors.
“I was followed by four officers and 3 armed officers who followed me upstairs to my office and I again told them I submit myself to them”.
Kwasi Brempong recounted that, the police seeing his outlook provided security for his family before leaving.
“After a short interaction with them, they said they were going to leave some policemen in the house for protection”.