The Ashanti Regional chairman of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), Bernard Antwi-Boasiako has vowed to hit the streets with millions of demonstrators if the Inspector General of Police (IGP) fails to arrest and detain the national chairman of the National Democratic Congress (NDC).
Mr. Antwi-Boasiako, popularly known as Chairman Wontumi, urged civil societies, such as the Christian Council to come out and condemn the distasteful comments alleged to have come from Ofosu Ampofo since such motives could have a negative impact on the Ghanaian society.
He also called on the leadership of the Church of Pentecost to reprimand the NDC chief scribe since the church's doctrines speak against evil.
“I know the Church of Pentecost does not support the perpetuation of evil. It is one church that has distinguished itself in Ghana and beyond by urging its members to live in conformity and rules which does not conflict the words and teachings of God,“he said.
Chairman Wontumi further called on former president Rawlings to throw out any member of his party who does not meet standards of the image of NDC.
He chided former president Mahama for being the catalyst who had inspired Ofosu Ampofo to develop the mindset to kidnap innocent women and children.
Ofosu-Ampofo, who is the national chairman of the NDC was purportedly heard on a tape threatening to make governance unbearable for Akufo-Addo by initiating moves, such as kidnapping people to make the current government unpopular.
Ever since the content of the tape was made public, Mr. Ofosu Ampofo has come under a barrage of attacks and condemnation.
The Ghana police service has however decided to seek a court warrant in order to arrest Ofosu Ampofo and take him to the CID for interrogation and investigation after he failed to show up following an invitation.
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