If I decide to write a book, it could change the face of Ghana’s democracy — Hopeson Adorye

Headlines If I decide to write a book, it could change the face of Ghanas democracy — Hopeson Adorye

Former NPP parliamentary candidate for Kpong Katamso Hopeson Adorye has noted that an exposé from him could change the face of Ghana's democracy.

In an interview with Adom FM radio on Friday, May 23, Mr. Adorye said if he decided to write a book about what's in his head, it would shake up Ghana's political landscape.

“Prepare for more details," said Mr. Adorye.
This comes after his recent arrest by Ghana Police for claiming he detonated dynamite in Ghana's Volta Region ahead of the 2016 elections to intimidate opposition NDC supporters.

He said the tactic instructed by President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo helped the New Patriotic Party (NPP) secure a second-term victory.

Mr. Adorye, who is now a member of the breakaway Movement for Change, was charged with publishing false news but has since been released on bail.

The arrest and detention, he said, will not deter him because it only made him stronger and will be able to provide details about his allegations in court.

“No one can intimidate me; this experience has only made me stronger. I am at home and waiting for the full trial. When we get to court, I will provide full details," he stated.

Mr. Adorye suspects his arrest stems from leaving the NPP but to him, even if he is jailed, he will steal say what he has to say.

“My statements were made when I was an NPP member. I know they have targeted me because I am no longer in the party. Even if they jail me and take me to Nsawam, I will still speak my mind and heart," Adorye remarked.

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