Abubakr Mohammed, 30, who owes allegiance to the current acting chair of the troubled opposition party Freddie Blay was stabbed several times in a confrontation with supporters of the suspended national chairman Paul Afoko Friday.
The Asawase district Police command has reportedly taken over control at the constituency office while the murder is being investigated.
The internal wrangling in the opposition party has hit the crescendo following the suspension of its national chairman by the National Executive Committee.
Scores of his supporters thronged the party’s headquarters demanding his reinstatement. His spokesperson has described the suspension as an illegality which must be reversed.