I intervened in Ofosu Ampofo’s leaked tape saga– Kwesi Pratt



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Managing Editor of the Insight Newspaper, Kwesi Pratt Jnr, says he intervened in the leaked tape saga involving National Democratic Congress (NDC) Chairman, Ofosu Ampofo.

A leaked audio recording which went viral exposed some intents by NDC chairman, Samuel Ofosu Ampofo against the Chairman of Peace Council, Professor Emmanuel Antwi and others.

In the said tape, Ofosu Ampofo promised to endorse verbal attacks on the respected clergyman.
The NDC chairman made the deadly pronouncements during a communication meeting at the NDC headquarters in Adabraka days after the Ayawaso West Wuogon by election.

Present at the said meeting were, Samuel Ofosu Ampofo, Minority Leader, Haruna Addrisu, Sammy Gyamfi, Alfred Ogbamey, former Public Relations Officer for Ghana Gas and other NDC big shots.

After the audio went viral, the leaders of the opposition NDC who described the tape as maliciously depraved added that it has been doctored by some devious elements in the NPP and government to undermine the NDC and its National Chairman.

According to the NDC, the statements and attributions contained on the said tape are concocted and false.

After the leaked tape saga, Mr Ofosu Ampofo, was also fingered in the recent kidnap and fire cases in the country.

A letter signed by the Director General of the CID, COP Maame Yaa Tiwaa Addo-Danquah, said Mr Ofosu Ampofo had been mentioned by some suspects as being “part of a grand scheme designed to cause fear and panic in the country.”

Speaking to Ekourba Gyasi on Atinka AM Drive Monday Morning, Kwesi Pratt Jnr said he suggested to both parties to let sleeping dogs lie to reduce the tension created by  the leaked tape saga

He noted that both sides doubt the assertion that the NDC’s Chairman, Ofosu Ampofo, will engage himself in kidnapping and fire outbreaks as indicated in the letter from the CID.

Ghana | Atinkaomline.com | Vivian Adu Boatemaa