I feel bad for what we did – ‘Delta Force’ leader

The leader of vigilante group Delta Force, which stormed the premises of the Ashanti Regional Security Coordinating Council (REGSEC) to attack the newly appointed head of the Council, has apologized to the president for their unruly behaviour. Speaking to the media after he was granted bail, Nana Fosu Nsiah-Boadu said “we beg the president, we are ready to obey him”. “I feel bad and I wish we did not did not do it. It will not happen again,” he begged. On Friday, March 24, some macho men invaded the offices of REGSEC, heckled the Coordinator, who had been appointed by President Nana Akufo-Addo, and vandalized items in the office. According to the vigilante group, they did not know the Security Coordinator, George Adjei, and he was not a member of the Region to be appointed regional coordinator. It took the intervention of the police for calm to be restored. George Adjei was whisked away to safety by the police. By Martin Asiedu-Dartey|3news.com|Ghana ]]>

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