Mahama asks NDC supporters to disregard Ofosu Ampofo's leaked tape

Mahama asks NDC supporters to disregard Ofosu Ampofo's leaked tape

Flagbearer of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), John Dramani Mahama has advised members of the party to overlook the leaked recording in which a voice, attributed to the party's national chairman, was heard inciting some form of violence in the country.

Addressing NDC members at his victory walk, the former President urged the party to focus on delivering its message and not be distracted.

Citinewsroom.com quoted the former president as saying: “Our opponents are good at propaganda and they will come up from time to time with things to distract us. This issue of a [leaked] tape is just a distraction.

Dismiss it with the contempt it deserves. Let us focus. Our message must be to the Ghanaian people.”

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He continued: “Let us tell the Ghanaian people what we can do for them and cease the endless arguments with the NPP party.

It is only a government that has too much time on its hands because it is not working, that will have time to go and bug the office of its opponents.”

In the said audio, the voice attributed to Ofosu Ampofo is heard outlining plans to fight vigilante groups aligned to the governing New Patriotic Party (NPP) ahead of the 2020 elections with vigilante groups aligned to the NDC.

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Meanwhile, the party chairman has reacted to release of the recording saying the purported tape is a strategy used by the NPP to distract the NDC from focusing on regaining political power in the 2020 general election.

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