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“They Said That I Have Taken Somebody’s Wife” – Kojo Oppong Nkrumah Shares How It All Happened

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"They Said That I Have Taken Somebody’s Wife" - Kojo Oppong Nkrumah Shares How It All Happened

When everyone thought the allegations of pornography projecting, homosexuality, sleeping with people’s wives, including having sexual affairs with a top lady in President Akufo-Addo’s office have died, Information Minister-designate Kojo Oppong Nkrumah has finally explained his side of the story resurrecting the matter all over again.

The then Information Minister, became the object of serious speculations on all social media platforms led by social media influencer Kwame APlus after he sarcastically addressed NDC MP John Abdulai Jinapor as ‘Papa no’.

NDC supporters on social media descended on him for what they believe to be a jab at John Dramani Mahama, the alleged sugar daddy at the centre of the fight between Slay Queens Tracey Boakye and MzBel.

Kwame A-APlus alleged the young minister was sleeping with the wife of a presidential advisor and that he comes to his (Aplus’) house to watch porn on a projector.

In an interview restreamed by GhanaCNN.com from Citi TV’s Upside Down, for the first time, Oppong Nkrumah responded to the issues one after the other, starting from the allegation of being gay.

Mr. Oppong Nkrumah said what caused all the allegations to come about was because he mentioned “papano” in parliament which he apologized for. According to him, those attacking him were behaving “as if I said something sacrilegious”

Without mentioning the name of Kwame Aplus, Oppong Nkrumah threw jabs, saying all the attacks were “funny stories”.

“They said I am gay. They said I watch pornography in somebody’s house… with a projector… as I if I don’t have a TV at home … They said I was having affair with older women… that I have taken somebody’s wife … all sorts of funny stories” Oppong Nkrumah said.

Asked by the interviewer, Frema if there was truth in any of them, the minister-designate said it was “absolute falsehoods… absolute falsehoods”.

Source: www.GhanaCNN.com

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President Akufo Addo, Stop The Madness At Audit Service – Franklin Cudjoe Blast Akufo-Addo

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President of IMANI Africa, Franklin Cudjoe has called on President Akufo-Addo to intervene in the ongoing saga between the Audit Service boss and Auditor General, Daniel Yaw Domelevo.

This comes after the Audit Service released a letter accusing Domelevo of falsifying documents.

“Records at the Social Security and National Insurance Trust (SSNIT) completed and signed by you indicate your date of birth as 1 June 1960 when you joined the scheme on 1 October 1978. The records show that you stated your tribe as Togolese and a non-Ghanaian. That your home town is Agbatofe.

“On 25 October 1992, you completed and signed a SSNIT Change of Beneficiary Nomination form, stating your nationality as a Ghanaian and your home town as Ada in the Greater Accra Region. The date of birth on your Ghanaian passport number A45800, issued on 28 February 1996 is 1 June 1961. That place of birth is stated as Kumasi, Ashanti Region,” the letter said.

Domelevo in response said “either my father wrongly mentioned Agbatofe in Togo as his hometown to me, or I misconstrued it at the time… My mother is also a Ghanaian.

“The register has Yaw as part of my name and also provides my date of birth as 1 June 1961 – this corresponds with Thursday or Yaw- the day of the week on which I was born.”

Reacting to the ongoing friction, Franklin Cudjoe urged the President to come through.

“Mr President, please stop the madness going on at the Audit Service. Haba!!”, he wrote on twitter

Source: www.GhanaCNN.com

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You Better Stop Them Before They Disgrace You – Afia Pokua Vim Lady Warns Akufo-Addo

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Better Stop Them Before The Disgrace You-Afia Pokua Vim Lady Warns Akufo-Addo

The President, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, ordered the Auditor General of Ghana, Daniel Yao Domelevo, to take the 167 days of leave he had accrued.

He had, however, been content with his leave until the Audit Service Board questioned his retirement date and nationality.

Daniel Yao Domelevo is a Togolese who was born on June 1, 1960, according to the Audit Service Board.

As a result, the Auditor General was set to step down on June 1, 2020.

However, Afia Pokuwaa, better known as Vhim Lady, a well-known television and radio hostess, has expressed her displeasure with the Audit Service Board’s deliberate machiavellian tactics in removing Daniel Yao Domelevo from his position.

She believes that the Audit Service Board, led by Professor Edward Dua Agyeman, should do the right thing and leave the Auditor General alone, despite their efforts to uncover flaws in Domelevo’s records.

 

He urged Ghana’s President to summon the Audit Service’s board of directors if they do not resolve their legal dispute with Daniel Yao Domelevo amicably.

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(VIDEO)He Was Determined To Jail Me But He Failed-Lawyer Tsatsu Tsikata Reveals

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(VIDEO)He Was Determined To Jail Me But He Failed-Lawyer Tsatsu Tsikata Reveals

Tsatsu Tsikata, the former Chief Executive Officer of the Ghana National Petroleum Commission (GNPC), says the Kufuor government’s efforts to imprison him were not surprising.

According to him, there was a plot from the beginning to undo the gains made by the Rawlings administration in the oil and gas field, and because he was the head of the commission, he knew he would be persecuted soon.

Tsatsu, speaking on Pan African TV’s KSM show, claimed that the Kufuor government was “determined” to find fault with Rawlings’ handling of the GNPC, and that he knew it would come down to him.

“I was involved in the GNPC under President Rawlings and was considered a close associate of Rawlings. His interest in establishing GNPC at the time deserves a lot of credit.”

“Unfortunately, when a new government came into power in this country, they wanted to toss everything he had done overboard. I was the head of GNPC at the time, and I became a target. They had to come up with something. By the beginning of 2001, I could see the determination to find something against me, by any means necessary. That’s how all these interesting cases against me came about, he explained.

 

Tsatsu also discussed the court proceedings that led to his detention at Nsawam Prison.

“I took the Fast Track Court to the Supreme Court, and it was declared unconstitutional. To form the review, they changed the panel and added two more panels. People were criticizing the judges’ decision in my favor at the time. You should listen to what then-Attorney-General, President Akufo-Addo, had to say about the judges. There was a strong desire to reverse the decision. “Justice Afreh was appointed, and another judge was appointed as well, so it went from 5-4 in my favor to 6-5 against me,” he explained.

When Tsatsu Tsikata was the head of the GNPC, he was imprisoned in 2008 for wilfully causing financial loss to the state.

After eight years, the Court of Appeal ruled that the High Court had wrongfully imprisoned Mr Tsikata and cleared him of all charges.

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Source: www.GhanaCNN.com

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