The NPP affiliated security group known as the Invisible Forces, who have been accused of running roughshod ever since the NPP won elections, are at the centre of yet another controversy.
The group, which tried taking over some government agencies including the passport office and portions of the ports after the elections, reportedly attacked a police officer on active duty at the Flagstaff House on the 9th of January.
9th January was the first day of work for the newly sworn in NPP administration and the officer, known as ASP Nanka Bruce, was part of the guard at the palace under John Mahama. He was leaving the premises in a car on the day when some members of the force attacked him, seemingly for no reason, despite other officers and military personnell at the premises.
A video circulating on social media purports to show the attack, according to Starrfmonline. It shows Nanka Bruce being stopped as his vehicle was moving before the forces attacked him.
Kofi Adams once referred to the attack in an interview, calling for the vigilante group, who “move not just to toll booths and other places but even to the flagstaff house, beat up uniformed persons and tear up their clothes…”, to be controlled.
Watch chilling video below…