NPP We will not be silenced by Woyome's court threats - Karbo

Businessman Alfred Agbesi Woyome has threatened to sued some individuals and media houses for inciting public disaffection and disdain against him.

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Deputy Director of Communications for the New Patriotic Party (NPP), Anthony Karbo, has said he will not refrain from commenting on the matter involving the Ghc51 judgement debt saga with businessman Alfred Woyome.

Businessman Alfred Agbesi Woyome has threatened to sued some individuals and media houses for inciting public disaffection and disdain against him.

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Lawyers of the businessman say, in spite of their client’s acquittal of all wrong doing in relation to the award of a 51.2 million wrongfully paid him by the state in judgment debt, the individuals are still making comments casting him in negative light and portraying him as a criminal.

The individuals mentioned in the suit are Anthony Karbo of the New Patriotic Party, Kwaku Baako Editor-in-Chief of the New Crusading Guide and Nana Akomea, communications director of the NPP.

But, in an interview with Accra-based Citi FM, Anthony Karbo said he will continue to speak about the case until the money is retrieved.

“…We will continue to have this discussion and no amount of court threats from Mr. Woyome can silent any Ghanaian. The discussion about Woyome is going on in drinking bars, it is going on in the workplaces, market square, everywhere and the Supreme Court of the land has asked that these monies should be paid back.

"Unfortunately our government has developed cold feet in the fight to recover the money and so we will continue to talk about the money.

“We all know that Woyome didn’t have a contract, we all know it was a fraudulent affair, we all know that the Supreme Court has asked that the money should be given back to the state and these issues that Woyome has raised will certainly not help anything, but will continue to escalate the discussion and the anger that Ghanaians have especially when tax payers money is involved,” he said.

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