NPP’s Mac Manu denied entry into Kenya to observe presidential election

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By Lorlornyofm August 6, 2017 15:44

NPP’s Mac Manu denied entry into Kenya to observe presidential election

The 2016 NPP National Campaign Manager of the governing New Patriotic Party (NPP) in Ghana, Mr Peter Mac Manu has been refused entry into Kenya to observe Tuesday’s presidential elections.

Mr Mac Manu was leading a team of election observers from the Democratic Union of Africa into Kenya for the August 8 election.

Reports said he was denied entry because of his links as Honorary Chairman of the Democratic Union of Africa, an umbrella body of centre- right parties in Africa which includes some opposition parties in Kenya.Mr Mac Manu is yet to comment on the development.

Meanwhile Chief Agent of Kenyan’s National Super Alliance (NASA), Musalia Mudavadi has indicated that Mr Mac Manu and one other compatriots were arrested and deported as soon as they arrived in Kenya.

Mr. Mudavadi said other representatives from the United States suffered a similar fate.

“This should be seen in the context of an operation that they were carrying yeterday. Not just in this national centre but everywhere They were removed from the plane, they did not formally disembark from the plane, they were taken away by the Police and pushed into another plane back to Ghana.

“We had also friends from Canada and United States. Both of them in sharing their experiences said the Police invaded their apartment where they were living and one of them was molested and thrown away into the bush.”

Source: Graphiconline.com

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By Lorlornyofm August 6, 2017 15:44
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