The embattled District Chief Executive for Krachi West in the Oti region, Douglas Osei Nti, has called the bluff of rampaging supporters of the governing New Patriotic Party who attacked him Tuesday.
He has served notice he will be at work Wednesday to carry out his responsibilities as the president’s representative in the district.
Speaking to Starr Today’s Atiewin Mbilla-Lawson after being locked out, Mr Nti said he is unfazed by the attack as he planned to resume work today.
“By God’s grace, I’m very safe. The security people are taking good care of me, myself and my family we are safe and I will be going back to work,” he stated.
Irate supporters in the Krachi West Constituency on Tuesday stormed the District Assembly office and chased him out.
According to them, the DCE engages in acts that have made the NPP unpopular in the constituency, thus their intervention, vowing not to open the office despite desperate pleas from party executives.