The Chairperson of the National Peace Council, Rev Dr Ernest Adu-Gyamfi has described the attack perpetrated by some supporters of the NDC on delegates of the council as unfortunate.

In an interview on Joy FM’s Top Story, Thursday, Rev Dr Adu-Gyamfi said he was disappointed in the behaviour of the supporters of the NDC party.

According to him, there are rules and regulations that need to be upheld in the event of an election dispute and, therefore, advised that the leaders of the aggrieved party activate that process accordingly.

“We were attacked and two of our vehicles were damaged that was very unfortunate, it shouldn’t happen again.

“Most of our members are traumatised, because the attack were physical and in some situation gunshots were fired whilst we were there. So most of our members are traumatized and we think they need to recompose themselves in order to reengage,” he said.

The delegation from the National Peace Council led by its chairman, Rev. Dr. Ernest Adu-Gyamfi was attacked at the NDC headquarters. They were on a visit to the headquarters of the NDC for tête-à-tête with the party in connection with the release of the 2020 election results.