Outspoken Member of Parliament for Assin Central, Kennedy Agyapong is warning chairman of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) not to start something he cannot finish.

His warning comes after Kofi Portuphy urged supporters of the losing party to defend themselves if they are attacked by rampaging supporters of the New Patriotic Party (NPP).

The NDC chairman who claimed majority of supporters and government appointees have been attacked by rampaging youth of the NPP after the December 7 general elections said they won’t hesitate to retaliate should the unprovoked attacks persist.

But the outspoken MP in an interview with journalists in Accra said the NDC party chairman will be the first to fall if there is violence.

“If he [Portuphy] tries anything, I will give one command and he will be the first person to go down. That one I assure him.He cannot cause riot and go scot free,” he said.

Mr Agyapong condemned the attacks said to have been perpetrated by NPP supporters on their NDC counterparts and confirmed that one of the members of the vigilante group who took over the Toll Booth at the Tema end of the Motorway on Monday works for him.

The NPP MP said he “blasted” his boy and warned him that if he broke the law, the law will deal with him.

“Yesterday for instance I went on air to condemn what the guys did at the toll booth. I am surprised the NDC chairman came out with such press conference.

Kennedy Agyapong will however not forgive the NDC chairman should violence break out in Ghana on account of his comment.

“If NPP people are attacking NDC people it should stop. I don’t subscribe to that. It should stop. We do not need that in this country” he stressed.