The National Democratic Congress Chairman, Samuel Ofosu Ampofo has been captured.
Sources at the police central command uncovered the capture to sourcecodegh and included that a hunt is being done at the home of the Chairman.
The capture comes after the Mr Ampofo's refusal to respect a challenge to answer to the Director-General of the Criminal Investigations Department (CID), Maame Yaa Tiwaa Addo-Danquah, to aid examinations concerning the ongoing spate of kidnappings and illegal conflagration in the nation.
As per the correspondence welcoming him, a speculate blamed him for being behind the kidnappings in the nation, a circumstance which educated the police to welcome him to help with their examinations.
Be that as it may, the Chairman declined the welcome. His legal advisors depicted the welcome as "political provocation" and "terrorizing."
NDC dares police
On Monday, a warrant was issued for Mr Ampofo's capture however individuals from his gathering have pledged to help their Chairman and will oppose any endeavors to capture him.
During the gathering's 27th commemoration festivities, Greater Accra Chairman of the gathering, Joseph Ade Coker challenged the police to proceed with what he says is an endeavor to threaten Mr Ofosu Ampofo.
He stated: "We as a whole recognize what's going on in this nation and we are hanging tight for anyone who feels that he will come and accomplish something that is untoward… he will see the might of NDC.
"I am certain that in the days coming we all will marshal ourselves and ensure that we demonstrate the might of NDC. I think for quite a while we've turned out to be lethargic so it's about time we show some grit," he said.
Mr Ofosu Ampofo is as of now standing preliminary for scheme to attack an open officer and connivance to cause hurt after he was covertly recorded supposedly sketching out designs to cause commotion.
Following his capture, NDC MP, James Agalga in a meeting on The Pulse on Joy News said the capture is an untrustworthy move and an endeavor to scare and bother the NDC.