There was heavy security deployment at the Criminal Investigations Department (CID) Headquarters of the Ghana Police Service Monday morning, where the National Chairman of NDC, Samuel Ofosu-Ampofo reported himself to answer questions concerning a leaked tape in which he is said to have made certain statements inciting violence
All entrances to the CID headquarters were cordoned off to prevent any unnecessary entry to the premises.
Dozens of heavily armed police officers were around the premises to maintain law and order.
Unlike in previous instances where teeming party supporters massed up at the CID headquarters which sometimes resulted in clashes with the police, the situation was different Monday morning.
A good number of NDC supporters who came to stand in solidarity with the embattled national chairman were prevented from getting close to any of the entrances to the CID headquarters.
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They were confined to the road opposite the CID headquarters on the side that leads to Osu and
After about four hours of arriving at the CID headquarters, there was no indication that the police was ready to welcome him reports Timothy Ngnenbe from the CID headquarters.
Top officials of the NDC including General Secretary, Johnson Asiedu Nketiah, National Organiser, Joshua Akamba, Communication Officer, Sammy Gyamfi, and other members of the party accompanied Mr Ampofo to the CID headquarters.
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A team of lawyers made up of a former Attorney General, Marietta Brew Appiah-Opong, Tony Lithur, Abraham Amaliba, Victor Kodzogah Adawudu and Chris Ackumey were with Mr Ampofo.
After waiting for about four hours, deputy General Secretary of the NDC, Mr Peter Boamah
"We were here around
He called on the Police hierarchy to act with some urgency to prevent the situation where supporters of the party could mass up at the CID headquarters and cause problems.