Ofosu Ampofo’s arrest won’t intimidate us - NDC tells government

Ofosu Ampofo’s arrest won’t intimidate us - NDC tells government

- The National Democratic Congress (NDC) has called on its followers to remain calm and refuse to be intimidated

- The NDC says come what may, it will win the 2020 presidential elections

The National Democratic Congress (NDC) says it will not be distracted by the NPP’s tactics of political harassment.

The biggest opposition party in Ghana has issued a statement saying that the arrest of its National Chairman, Samuel Ofosu Ampofo will not stop their quest to capture power from the NPP in 2020.

The party is poised and ready for victory 2020 elections and absolutely nothing will stop our forward march to save the people of Ghana from the clueless and inept leadership of Nana-Akufo-Addo,” the NDC statement noted.

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“We call on the Police CID not to allow itself to be used to play politics with the rights and lives of the citizens of Ghana. Ghanaians are very worried about the general state of insecurity in the country and that this apparent grand-standing by the police CID is a far cry from their duty of being the primary defenders and protectors of all Ghanaians," the statement added.

Meanwhile, the NDC has urged its members to exercise restraint and continue to conduct their activities within the law.

The NDC as the largest opposition party would like to assure its teeming supporters that it remains law-abiding and that Chairman Ofosu-Ampofo and the leadership of the party can always count on the solid intimidated or suppressed. We would never allow ourselves to be intimidated or suppressed. We would never surrender any of our rights guaranteed under the 1992 Constitution, which we graciously birthed. We will resist oppressors rule in Ghana.

Setting the records straight on the detention of Samuel Ofosu Ampofo, the NDC opined that it will recapture power for the Akufo-Addo administration to save the country it from the current shackles.

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