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Report reaching ACCRA24.COM through GhanaSky.com  indicates that, members of NPP Delta Force realised that they had been misused by their political and economic masters and decided to demand a share of the cake after the NPP's victory.







When the NPP refused, the Delta Force joined forces and with the support of Kennedy Kwame Ohene Agyapong and other key NPP members to metamorphose into a radical movement and they  storms kumasi court.

"1992 Constitution of Ghana, which is the supreme law of the land, stipulates in Articles 200 (2) and 210 (2) that no person or authority shall raise any private army, police force or militia except by or on the authority of an Act of Parliament"

As a matter of urgency, Government must disband and disarm all "Boko Haram" fashion groups in the country, including the Azorka boys and Invincible Forces.

 Ruling NPP with their Bamba Boys or Delta Force or Invincible Forces and the opposition NDC with their Azorka Boys, show the current state of Ghana is not peaceful.

Paradigm Shift of Boko Haram fashion in Ghana , Delta Force , Azorka Boys & Bamba Boys

Boko Haram fashion in Ghana, Delta Force , Azorka Boys & Bamba Boys

Delta Force , Azorka Boys & Bamba Boys are Boko Haram fashion in Ghana


The Tamale based Azorka Boys, Bamba Boys and Delta Force  are known to be violent and lawless groups who are paid by their power hungry political masters to criminally cause extreme disorder, chaos and disturb the peace of Ghana before and during elections but, it seems Delta Force has taken their services to another level because of abused of their services by NPP.

According to GhanaPa.com analyst, in the days of  ex-President John Kofi Agyekum Kufuor of the Republic of Ghana, who was also Chairperson of the African Union from 2007 to 2008.  Kufuor  did his best to give work or jobs to some of the boys.

 GhanaSky.com witnesses "Macho Men" working in Kotoka International Airport in Accra, the capital of Greater Accra Ghana.







The activities of pro NPP and NDC vigilante groups have raised serious concerns in the country.

The NDC’s Azorka Boys and NPP’s Invincible Forces normally swing into action anytime their parties win power.

Last month, police arrested leader of pro-NPP vigilante group Delta Forces after an attack on a security coordinator who had just been appointed.

They terrorise members of the losing party and destroy or seize public property. Sometimes members of their own political party are targeted.

These attacks result in the death or maiming of  the victims, and there have been calls on the political leadership within these parties to bring their followers to order. The government has also been asked to disband these groups completely.

But Mr Kan Dapaah said this could have been done if the groups were registered, however, “We need to stop such activities because these action groups have the tendency to degenerate into militant groups that can have serious repercussions on the security of the country.

The Minister stressed government’s commitment to deal appropriately with all criminals irrespective of their political affiliation.

“We must resolve as a House to urge all political leaders in the country to come together to deliberate on measures to discourage the establishment and recognition of such groups in political structures in the interest of state security.

“We must not mix criminality with politics, lawlessness must be punished as demanded by the laws of our country,” he added.

Watch Delta Force and Azorka Boys Video Below:






Source: Accra24.comGhanaPa.com but credit to GhanaSky.com

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