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Judgement Debt I indeed gave money to Anyidoho and others - Woyome confirms

Nana Akomea, NPP’s Communications Director, at a news conference in Accra Monday alleged that Mr Woyome wrote down the names of all the beneficiaries of the money he received as judgement debt.

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Businessman Alfred Agbesi Woyome has confirmed claims by the opposition New Patriotic Party that he gave monies to some key members of the National Democratic Congress after he was paid the controversial GH¢51.2 million judgment debt by the government.

Nana Akomea, NPP’s Communications Director, at a news conference in Accra Monday alleged that Mr Woyome wrote down the names of all the beneficiaries of the money and indicated the exact reasons why the money is being paid to them.

READ ALSO: 'Woyome Beneficiaries' NPP making silly claims - Kwesi Pratt

According to Nana Akomea, the key beneficiaries include;

(a)A GHC1 million payment was made to the NDC party on 15 February 2011

(b)GHC75,000 was given to Professor Awunor on 28 June 2011

(c)GHC60,000 was given to Jewel Ackah on 16 June 2011

(d)GHC20,000 was given to NDC General Secretary, Johnson Asiedu Nketia

popularly known as General Mosquito on 2 September 2011

(e)GHC60,000 former head of Agricultural Development Bank (ADB), Steve Kpordzih 2011

(f)GHC8,000 to one Suhyini of Radio Gold in 2011

(g)GHC2,000 Managing Editor of Insight Newspaper, Kwesi Pratt in 2011

(h)GHC15,000 to NDC branch in Hohoe in 2011

(i)GHC42,000 to NDC to buy 30 motorbikes

(j)GHC100,000 to NDC Deputy General Secretary, Koku Anyidoho

(k)GHC30,000 to renovate NDC party office on 29 March 2011

(l)GHC13,000 NDC Deputy General Secretary, Koku Anyidoho 1 May 2011

(m)GHC30,000 8 February 2011 to NDC Greater Accra Regional Chairman, Ade Coker

In a counter statement on the matter, Mr Woyome said he gave monies to some officials of the NDC but stressed that his financial support for the party precedes the payment of the judgment debt to him.

“Mr Woyome has been supporting the NDC heavily since 2001.The support increased before 2008 and beyond. Steve Kpordzi was repaid monies he borrowed to Mr Woyome personally. Koku Anyidoho was supposed to refund a debt of printed party T-Shirts that Mr Woyome promised to refund on behalf of the Party," the statement from the office of Mr Woyome said.

The statement further said that the office of Mr Woyome has been broken into in recent times, and items stolen include the information which has been made public by the NPP.

Below are details of the statement:

The office of Mr Woyome was broken into three times.

Computers, documents etc were taken away.

The case has been with the Legon Police ever since.

Juju was planted and sprinkled on the compound of the office.

The police have all the records.

Akomea now says he got some documents from Mr Woyome's office?

Some of those documents include the cheque studs he is displaying.

Mr Woyome has been supporting the NDC heavily since 2001.

The support increased before 2008 and beyond.

Steve Kpordzi was repaid monies he borrowed to Mr Woyome personally.

Koku Anyidoho was supposed to refund a debt of printed party T-Shirts that Mr Woyome promised to refund on behalf of the Party.

Business men also pay for NPP electioneering materials.

Don't they.

Mr. Woyome did all these for his party without expectations.

Mr. Woyome and his companies have never borrowed from the ADB.

All monies paid to Mr Woyome was paid legally as a result of a court order.

How Mr. Woyome spend his money is his own business, private and personal to him.

It has never happened in the history of Ghana or anywhere else where a private individual's personal life is abused in such a proportion blatantly.

Mr. Woyome will test the law.

The Court of Appeal found NPP cabinet culpable and the cause of the Judgement debt.

What is worrying is that EOCO headed by Akpadzi Mortey, The AG Department personified by Martin Amidu, National Security headed by Gbevlo Lartey used the EOCO law and obtained all of Mr. Woyome's bank transactions Countrywide and through Martin Amidu handed it over to the NPP to create the impression to Ghanaians and the whole wide world as though something has been wrongfully done.

Mr. Woyome is not a GoG official, he is not the Court, he is also not an armed rubber.

Never in the history of civilise Nations has the Judgement of a Court of competent Jurisdiction basterdised and criminalised.

Yesterday, Dr Bawumia and his wife also mislead the whole world on an NPP final Rally platform in the tradefair center by insulting and maligning Mr Woyome and his entire family.

Dr Bawumia was in the Bank of Ghana and worked with the research department that tested and passed the documentary Financial Document , termed the letter of Support, that was ascertained by Central Tender Review Board through a concurrent approval.

The NPP knows that this singular case will lead to the arrest of over 30 members of their Cabinet including Akomea, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo Addo, etc.

They actually pre meditated the crime as evidenced by the famous cabinet memo authored by Yaw Osarfo Marfo who testified in court and is on record to blame it on the rest of the cabinet members.

The Court of Appeals of the Republic of Ghana has clearly said Mr. Woyome was rightly paid while the Supreme Court says it was unconstitutional.

The International Courts and Tribunals are yet to come out with their decisions.

How then did Mr. Woyome loot?

We call on the AG to as a matter of fairness and the respect for the rule of Law pursue the issue of the criminal cabinet memo now without any further delay.

President John Mahama has nothing to do with this case as a Vice President nor as a President.

Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has a lot to do with it through the Akosombo cabinet meeting and subsequent decisions which included the illegal Chinese deals and the Barclays 100 million dollar loan.

The people in the NDC who were bent on covering Akomea and Co Cabinet and and tried to perscute me for the NPP thereby creating all these situations should be ashamed of themselves by now.

Mr. Woyome never said any where that he was going to expose anybody.


This is also one of the usual NPP concocted lies.

Alfred Woyome's lawyers and the Police are working on the case.

A cold case in the police station concerning the breaking into Mr. Woyome's office has become hot.

Issued by The Office of Alfred Agbesi Woyome

Signed :

Reginald Seth Dogbey.

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