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New Juaben North Chairman for the New Patriotic Party (NPP) Mr. Kojo Boateng has called on the Church of Pentecost to excommunicate National Chairman Of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) also an elder for the church Samuel Ofosu Ampofo.
The reputation of the embattled chairman of the NDC as a staunch Christian and elder for the Church of Pentecost has been questioned as he is allegedly heard in a leaked audio recording, inciting some members of the party to unleash violence in the country, target members of the ruling New Patriotic Party (NPP), wage war against the Chairperson of the Electoral Commission Jean Mensa as well kidnapping and assassination plots to create the impression that Ghana is not safe under the leadership of President Akufo- Addo as part of the a strategic plan by the NDC to regain power in 2020.
In the leaked audio which has become a topical issue in the country currently, Mr. Ampofo also allegedly permitted members of the party to verbally attack the President of the Peace council Prof Emmanuel Asante.
Speaking in an interview with Boamah Darko on the 'Maakye' show on Hot FM, the new Juaben north constituency Chairman of the NPP Mr. Kojo Boateng said comments made by Mr. Ofosu Ampofo is a disgrace to the church of Pentecost since he happens to be an elder as well hence he should be ex-communicated if he fails to apologise to the entire country.
"I call on the leadership of the church of Pentecost to ex communicate Ofosu Ampofo for the irresponsible statements he made in the leaked audio. This is a man who is an elder for the church of Pentecost, endorsing verbal attacks on the President of Peace Council, plotting violence, assassination and kidnapping of people in this country. It is a serious matter and the leadership of the Church should see to it that he apologises if not ex communicate him to save the integrity of the church which is well known and respected" he stressed.
Meanwhile, the leadership of the Church of Pentecost has called for the leaked audio recording of one of its elders Mr. Ofosu Ampofo.
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