Mahama appointees hold secret meeting to incite NDC supporters against prosecutions

According to the respected Today newspaper, they met over the weekend at an unknown place in the Volta Region to strategise on how to counter NPP’s government in court.

The meeting comes after the deputy attorney general,  Joseph Kpemka,  served notice that corrupt appointees of the Mahama administration will be facing prosecutions in October.

A source who served under former president John Mahama told the newspaper that alleged corrupt appointees were already in touch with the party foot-soldiers and serial callers to prepare themselves for that task.

"In fact they will be bussing our supporters from all the regions down to Accra anytime anyone of them will be invited by either the CID or EOCO for investigation, so as to create tension in the country,” our source said. Apart from this strategy which emerged at the said meeting, Today gathered that they would also use some journalists to make the government look bad in the eyes of the international and donor communities, and by extension, discourage investors," the source said.

Lawyers  pencilled down at the meeting to defend them include Nana Ato Dadzie, Abraham Amaliba, Victor Adawuga, David Annan, Thaddeus Sory, Dr. Raymond Atubiga, Tony Lithur, Dominic Ayine and Osafo Boabeng.

Tsatsu had earlier told the NDC hierarchy that he would not defend any NDC member in court on corruption charges, Today reportered.


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