We'll sack you if we win power - NDC's Sammy Gyamfi warns Chief Supt Kwesi Ofori

We'll sack you if we win power - NDC's Sammy Gyamfi warns Chief Supt Kwesi Ofori

- NDC's Sammy Gyamfi has disclosed that the party will sack Chief Superintendent Kwesi Ofori if it wins power again

- According Sammy Gyamfi, Chief Sput. Kwesi Ofori has shown that he is an 'NPP police officer' with the order he gave for police officers to attack NDC supporterwho stormed the CID Headquarters to emphatise with Koku Anyidoho after his arrest

A leading member of the communication team (NDC), Sammy Gyamfi, has warned that the career of Greater Accra Operations Commander of the Ghana Police Service, Chief Superintendent Kwesi Ofori will come to a halt anytime the NDC comes back to power.

According to him, Chief Supt. Kwesi Ofori "remove his Police Uniform" and "hide it under his bed", should the NDC regain power because the he [Kwesi Ofori] has shown that the he was an "NPP police officer."

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There was a clash between NDC supporters and officers at the Police Headquarters on Tuesday following the arrest of the party's Deputy General Secretary, Koku Anyidoho.

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The supporters who had gone to emphatise with Koku suffered some brutalities from the police including injuries from the firing of rubber bullets as the police tried to control the crowd.

Chief Supt. Kwesi Ofori is reported to have given the order for the 'attack' on NDC supporters who according to Sammy Gyamfi were acting peacefully at the scene.

“When he [hears that there is a change of government, he has to remove his Police Uniform, hide it under his bed and cease being a police officer. He was the one who came to the Headquarters, amidst the peaceful crowd, and gave an order that charge on them," the NDC communicator threatened.

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He extended his threat to all security officers who he believed were affiliated to the NPP to advise themselves as the NDC will deal with them when the party regains power.

Meanwhile Koku Anyidoho has been granted bail after spending two nights in the custody of the Criminal Investigations Department (CID) of the Police.

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Source: YEN.com.gh

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