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Leaked Tape: Kweku Boahen’s Utterances 'Unfortunate' And A 'Mere Political Talk' – Lawyer Amaliba   
 
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17-Apr-2019  
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A member of the Communication and Legal teams of the National Democratic Congress [NDC], Abraham Amaliba says his party will officially file an application to the court in an appeal to withdraw charges against their deputy Communication Director who has been linked with Chairman Ofosu-Ampofo’s leaked tape.

Kwaku Boahen on February 27, 2019 – day after Mr Ofosu-Ampofo’s leaked tape surfaced the net confirmed that indeed the voice and very utterances heard on the tape are that of Mr Ofosu-Ampofo.

In an interview with NEAT FM’s morning show, ‘Ghana Montie’, Kweku Boahen who claimed was at the said meeting said “We the party [NDC communication] members are very happy of what our Chairman said and we will do exactly that. What he said is dear to our hearts that is why we clapped for him during the meeting which was recorded and leaked.” 

His comments landed him into ‘troubles’ which he later denied his presence at the meeting.

He has together with his party Chairman, Mr Samuel Ofosu-Ampofo charged of conspiracy to cause harm and assault on a public officer -  but, both granted bail in the sum of Gh¢100,000 with one surety.

Speaking on the issue on NEAT FM’s morning show ‘Ghana Montie’, Abraham Amaliba described Kweku Boahen’s utterances as “unfortunate”.

According to him, “What he [Kweku Boahen] said is just a political talk.”

Listen to interview…

 
 
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