A team of experts in forensics have identified NDC chairman, Samuel Ofosu-Ampofo’s voice on the famous leaked tape.
The forensics arrived at this conclusion after conducting forensic audit of the voice on the leaked tape which has been the subject of the litigation in court.
The Criminal Investigation Department (CID) decided to take the audio for forensic analysis after obtaining the tape from Accra-based radio station Adom FM.
Mr. Ofosu Ampofo and a member of the party’s communications team, Kwaku Boahen have been accused by state prosecutors of plotting to undertake series of criminal activities targeted at EC Chairperson, Jean Mensa and others including National Security operatives.
They have since denied the allegations and described the audio as doctored.
State prosecutors on Friday told an Accra High Court that a reputable forensics institution had analysed the audio.
A recording of an interview Kwaku Boahen granted the same radio station was also obtained.
The police confronted the two accused persons with the tapes but aside from describing them as doctored, they exercised their right to remain silent.
The police obtained a recording of that address and handed it together with the leaked tape to the Israel Forensics Institute for analysis.
And after weeks of analysis, the Forensics team have identified that the voice is that of Ofosu-Ampofo.