Kennedy Agyapong accuses NDC of plotting to scuttle December pollsBy myjoyonline
8/24/2012 5:30:06 PM -
Outspoken New Patriotic Party [NPP] Member of Parliament for Assin North Constituency in the Central region Kennedy Agyapong, has accused the National Democratic Congress of plotting to cause mayhem in the December polls and attribute it to the NPP and the 'All Die Be Die' comment made by its flagbearer, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo.
Mr. Agyepong claimed NDC's National Organizer Yaw Boateng Gyan is the brain behind the plot.
According to the MP, the ruling party plans to deploy thugs to the various regions to attack members of the newly formed National Democratic Party [NDP] and NPP.
Kennedy Agyapong made the allegation on Oman Fm's “Boiling Point” programme on Thursday.
The thugs whom he alleged were trained at Asutsuare and other security installations across the country, were to be given a National Security tag to disguise themselves as people deployed to protect voters on the Election Day but in effect, visit mayhem on their opponents.
Kennedy Agyapong maintained that, he was in possession of a tape recording of a meeting between Mr. Yaw Boateng Gyan and the Specially Trained NDC thugs, that was held at an unknown location to that effect which he promised to release to the media in the shortest possible time.
He also stated that the tape also targeted some legal luminaries in the country including his (Kennedy Agyepong) own lawyer, Mr. Attuquaye Otoo.
“One of the thugs mentioned where lawyer Attuquaye Otoo is located in Accra and mentioned the time he closes from office. What do they want from him? Kennedy Agyapong asked.
But he was quick to add that, if anything happened to the lawyer, Ghanaians must ask the NDC's National Organizer.
He rubbished the late president Mills and President John Mahama's commitment to ensuring violence free and fair elections come December 7, 2012 and described it as a PR gimmick to portray them as holy.
He added that, the source of funding for these diabolic operations of the NDC was going to come from the finance Minister Dr. Kwabena Duffour.
Story by Ghana/Myjoyonline.com/Maxwell Kudekor