An allegedly leaked audiotape that YEN.com.gh has listened to plays a voice attributed to the minority leader in Parliament, Haruna Iddrisu, and is heard saying there is no trust among his colleagues because some female members of his party are dating lawmakers from their major opposing party.
Mynewsgh.com attributes the voice to the National Democratic Congress (NDC) leader in Parliament, who from the nature of the recording seemed to have been addressing people in a confined space, maybe a room.
It is not clear what Iddrisu was going on about but the lawmaker noted that"Some of our women are being dated by NPP MPs",
Iddrisu's statement was greeted with a solitary shout of "Thank you!", followed by"We are aware."
This tape comes on the back of another one involving the NDC's chairman, Samuel Ofosu Ampofo, in which he is heard oulining plans the party intends to take in "defending" itself at polls.
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Iddrisu's concerns are however in line with earlier information YEN.com.gh reported on
The report held that an NDC female Member of Parliament (MP) is behind the leaked tape involving Samuel Ofosu Ampofo.
Even though the identity of the MP is yet to be ascertained, Oman FM journalist, Gordon Asare Bediako, stated that he handed over the tape to his boss, Kennedy Agyapong, as soon as he received it from the unknown MP.
The reason behind the decision to hand over the tape to the journalist remains unclear, but Mynewsgh.com reports that the MP is at war with Ofosu Ampofo, hence her action.
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The leaked tape is reported to have caused confusion among members of the top hierarchy of the NDC, as suspicions of moles planted to destabilise the party have grown.
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