14 peoples arrested at Old Fadama following violent clashes are set to be arranged before court.
The group including 11 men and three women said to be supporters of the ruling New Patriotic Party (NPP) have been accused of being responsible for the violent clash at Old Fadama in Accra Sunday.
Predominantly of Dagomba descent, the men were said to have visited machete wounds on their colleagues in an attempt to take over leadership of the area.
The Greater Accra Public Relations Officer, ASP Afia Tenge confirmed this to Adom News Wednesday.
She said they have called for allocation of docket from the Attorney General’s Department to enable them sent it to court for prosecution.
ASP Tenge revealed that the prime suspect Yakubu Alidu popularly known as Bullet, who is said to be the Chief of Takoro in Old Fadama is still at large.
The Police PRO expressed optimism that he would soon be arrested given the manhunt by the police.
Some NPP and National Democratic Congress (NDC) supporters clashed after the victory of the late President Professor John Evans Mills in that year.
The NDC youth allegedly drove out the NPP supporters from their wooden structures, claiming they suffered the same fate when the NPP won in 2000.
Meanwhile, police have beefed up security in the area to stall any future occurrence.