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There is heavy security detail at the Criminal Investigation Department (CID) Headquarters of the Ghana Police Service where Samuel Ofosu-Ampofo has been called to answer questions concerning a leaked tape in which the National Chairman of the National Democratic Congress was alleged to have made certain statements which could incite violence in the country.
Heavily armed Policemen and armoured vehicles can be seen at vantage points to scrutinize members of the public before they enter the premises.
Journalists have been restricted from entering the premises of the CID headquarters due to some unexplained 'security' reasons.
Leading members of the NDC, as well as former government officials, are not spared as they are made to alight at the main gate and then ushered in on foot.
Meanwhile, some supporters of the NDC have just arrived to show solidarity to the party Chairman.
"We will target some people and we will let the people know that their life is in danger and once they know their life is in danger they themselves will be careful. As for that one I want to assure you that we will go all out to ensure that as President John Mahama said when it comes to this game, in fact, we are better than them," the NDC Chairman is heard saying in the audio.
The NDC has however denied the contents of the tape saying it was doctored.
Ofosu-Ampofo, speaking off camera, stated that Ghana will not 'burn' under his watch hence there is no cause for panic.
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