amuel Ofosu-Ampofo, national chairman of the opposition National Democratic Congress, has made some shocking claims about attempts to destabilize him by some party members.
The largest opposition party’s national chairman claimed that some NDC members had taped him speaking at a high-level meeting and sold the recording to the opposition party, for which he is currently facing legal action.
“When NDC members want to embarrass you, they first label you an anti-Mahama. People in my own party videotaped me during a meeting with the party’s leadership and sold the footage to the NPP, who is prosecuting me as a result. In a yet-to-air interview with Adom TV, he said, “I have gone to court seventy times.
On trial for conspiracy to harm Ofosu-Ampofo and Anthony Kwaku Boahen, a communications officer for the NDC.
Ofosu-Ampofo is also charged with assault for allegedly inciting NDC communicators to attack public officials, including the chairs of the National Peace Council and the Electoral Commission.
They are each out on a GH $100,000 bail with a surety after each of them denied the charges.
The accused were allegedly caught on an audio recording of a meeting that took place on February 3, 2019, planning a series of criminal activities that were to be directed at the head of the Electoral Commission (EC) and the head of the National Peace Council, among other people.
The NDC’s General Secretary, Johnson Asiedu Nketia, is a strong opponent for Ofosu-Ampofo, who is running for re-election in the upcoming internal elections of the party.
In the upcoming interview, the National Chairman referred to Asiedu Nketia’s choice to run against him as a mistake.