The National Communications officer of the National Democratic Congress Sammy Gyamfi has been released on bail few hours after he was arrested from the television station premises in Accra Monday. Reason behind his arrest at UTV premises at Abeka was initially unclear, but it emerged later that it was based on a case of forgery and publication of false information brought against him in December last year. One of his lawyers, Godwin Edudzi Tamakloe, told 3news.com that his client was formally charged and granted police bail with two sureties. Addressing a crowd of party supporters who thronged the CID headquarters, Mr Gyamfi said no amount of intimidation and oppression can cow him into silence. He described himself as fearless, assuring the supporters of his relentless efforts at ensuring that his NDC regain political power. “Some of us are fearless; we cannot be intimidated. We are on course to rescue this country from the hands of those who oppress us and no amount of intimidation, no amount of harassment can cow us into silence,” he stated. The outspoken NDC executive declined to give details of what transpired between him and the Police CID but assured that his lawyers will in the coming days address the issues in the media. He said he has not committed any crime whatsoever, suggesting the case against him is the machination of some people at the presidency to intimidate him “I Sammy Gyamfi, I am not a criminal, I’ve never committed a crime and no amount of concoction or fabrication from the flagstaff house can intimidate me or silence me”. On the back of a complaint from the presidency, the CID invited Mr Gyamfi on December 23 to the Police CID headquarters in Accra for possible questioning, but officers had to postpone it to the next day due to their other engagements. But Mr Gyamfi, who is a lawyer himself, in a letter to the Police CID, stated that he will no longer honour the invitation citing new development in the case as the basis. “Inasmuch as we wish to honour your invitation due to the respect we have for your institution, our client instructs us that we cannot honour your invitation due to change in circumstances,” the letter written by his lawyer Godwin Kudzo Tameklo said.