Former President John Dramani Mahama this afternoon stormed the Central Police station to visit thirty NDC protesters who were arrested by the police.
The supporters, according to the police were arrested for blocking major roads leading to the Electoral Commission.
The visit by Mr. Mahama is to solidarise with the protesters who were arraigned before the Adjabeng Court this morning.
They have been granted bail but were yet to finalise the paperwork for their release at the time of Mr. Mahama’s visit.
The thirty supporters of the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) were arrested by the police who protested at the precincts of the Electoral Commission (EC) headquarters.
Lawyer for the accused persons, Francis Zavier Sosu, told the media in an interview that “they are supposed to reappear on January 25, 2021.”