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07.11.2005 General News

Frances Essiam Threatens Rawlings

By Lens
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After Central Region NDC Drives Her Away The woes of Frances Essiam do not seem to be ending soon ever since the beleaguered NDC National Women Organizer embarked on the futile journey of being a nuisance to the party she claims to belong to.

Last Saturday, Frances' woes were compounded when the Central Regional Regional youths and women of the party in Cape Coast virtually drove her away from the Youth and Women Confab that was being held at Cape Coast.

It would seem that the experience so traumatized Frances that she decided to direct her frustrations at the Founder of the NDC, Flt. Rawlings in what can only be described as an ultra-paranoid reaction. A source close to President Rawlings disclosed to The Lens that at about 2.47 pm on Saturday afternoon, the following message from Areeba number 024483426 was sent to the mobile phone of the former President.

“Continue orchestrating attacks and a campaign of lies against me. My hands are not sullied by the blood of anyone. I am not haunted. You are wicked. God is my defense and my protector. You can't kill or hurt me. You are a mortal and not God. You lied on London call. Pray for forgiveness. More exposures if you don't stop your attacks on me. You can't get me out of this party – no way-or kill me.”

The Lens can confirm that later that afternoon one Muctar Wakilu claiming to be a member of the Ablekuma South Constituency of the NDC called the number in question and lo and behold, it was Frances Essiam who picked it. Muctar invited Frances to be a guest of honour at the upcoming Ablekuma South NDC Youth and Women Confab and she indicated her preparedness to be present once the invitation was sent to her.

When The Lens reached President Rawlings to find out what he had to say about Frances' latest desperate act, the founder of the NDC had this to say. “She probably needs to see a psychiatrist. Pity! What a waste of a once lucid mind.” President Rawlings was also at a loss about what she referred to as the “London Call.”