A member of team Vote Ofosu – Ampofo (VOA) Michael Ologo, has mounted stiff defense and claims to the effect that resources and campaign logistics which were given to the Director of Elections , and the aspiring national chairman for the NDC, Hon. Samuel Ofosu – Ampofo for the 2016 general elections were not used for its intended purpose respectively.
The observation has sparked widespread debate and controversies amongst some minority groups in the party that, Hon. Ofosu Ampofo should take blame for the defeat by the party in the last elections, since he did not release the available resources given to him by the party in the branch, constituency and regional levels of the party.
But reacting to this contrives and malicious fabrications on both social and mainstream media on ahotor FM’s midday news on Friday, a team member of VOA, Michael Ologo, revealed that, there is no iota of truth in the said allegations which is being perpetuated against Mr. Ampofo and that well – meaning supporters, delegates, and sympathizers of the party should treat it with the contempt that it deserved.
Arguing further, Mr. Michael Ologo avowed the 2016 general elections was premised and adhered on strict structures where each member in the national election campaign committee of the party at that time, had a specified role to play. He opined further that, Hon. Ofosu Ampofo was not the one in charge of logistics, and never handled the logistics of the party during election 2016. And also, the party’s collation set up was spearheaded and managed by a certain minister of state during the 2016 elections but not Ofosu Ampofo.
Mr Ologo moreover, remarked to news anchor Nana Dogbe that, those peddling such machinations and incendiary motives are persons bent on stifling the souring image of the national chairman, aspirant and also described their actions as misplaced and a clandestine move to soil his candidature. But he was quick to submit that, their hiding agendas will not see the light of day since Hon. Samuel Ofosu – Ampofo finds himself in pole position to lead the NDC as the national chairman if the party goes to Congress to elect national executives in November.
Credit: Ahotor 92.3fm midday news