The 2020 National Democratic Congress (NDC) flagbearer John Mahama hosts focused on the restriction gathering has no issues with the National Peace Council in spite of a spilled tape that called for put-down on the Council’s administrator.
Calls for verbal maltreatment on the executive of the Council Rev. Prof Emmanuel Asante was made by NDC National Chairman Samuel Ofosu Ampofo who was subtly recorded.
Against his mild-mannered nature, the NDC Chair is heard saying “out of the blue, I will embrace offending the Peace Council seat” a lot to the grateful praise at a NDC meeting.
These and different remarks uncovering intends to make uncertainty in front of the 2020 races hosts pulled in far reaching reactions of the get-together.
Samuel Ofosu Ampofo is likewise compelled to be authorized by his congregation, the Church of Pentecost where he is an Elder.
Previous President John Mahama who has said the tape “ought to be expelled with the scorn that it merits” has been disclosing the conditions prompting the censured remark.
Subsequent to calling the tape “a diversion” last Saturday at a gathering walk, he has told a congregation on Sunday, the troubled administrator did not mean his words.
Talking at the Perez Chapel in Accra Sunday amid the gathering’s thanksgiving administration for an effective presidential primaries, John Mahama said the gathering administrator “implied that we ought to condemn [Peace Council Chair] verbally”.
The previous President demonstrated the Peace Council Chair was singled out in light of the fact that he occupied with specific judgment.
John Mahama said the reverend pastor neglected to denounce attack dispensed by national security agents amid the Ayawaso West Wuogon by-decision in Accra a month ago.
The 2020 NDC flagbearer said yet for his remark calling for boot for boot in the alert of the Ayawaso West Wuogon savagery, Rev. Prof. Emmanuel Asante, in a meeting, denounced it and requested a statement of regret.
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