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General News of Monday, 10 April 2017

Source: kasapafmonline

Curses invoked again on DKM, others over micro finance investment saga

Concerned Depositors of Micro Finances Investment Companies in Nkoranza led by Mr kwakuba Kwaku aka Opinion have invoked curses on five microfinance investment companies on accusations of fraud.

They include God is love, Justa motors, DKM and Little Drop.

He again invoked another curse on Electoral Commission of Ghana warning them not to supervise both Nkoranza North and South district Assembly Elections otherwise they will bear the consequences.

Speaking in an interview with Fiifi Banson on Anopa Kasapa on Kasapa 102.5 FM, Kwakuba said:”We suspect Nana Nyarko has been bribed to reverse the curse we earlier invoked on the EC. When he decided to reverse the curse, did he do a Press conference and engage the youth about the move? So we have invoked another curse for the government to know that we are serious in recouping our monies. And any elections whatsoever, be ye Presidential, Parliamentary, Assembly etc we would invoke a curse on it. We are stopping at nothing until we take our monies.”

According to Mr Kwakuba Kwaku over a period of time they were promised by the former government and the current government to pay their monies back to them, after the Bank of Ghana’s freeze on the microfinance investment companies accounts but to no avail, hence the only option left is to invoke curses, notwithstanding a ban on curses by the Queen mother.

Spokesperson for the Concerned Customers of the Companies, Maxwell Mahama reacting to the fall out from the DKM saga on Kasapa 102.5 FM said the rantings of Kwakuba and his cohorts are malicious and was meant more to hurt than to help the situation.

According to him, Kwakuba must be advised on his vain curses being invoked in the area.

“As I speak now, the Liquidator has so far paid monies to the depositors ranging from GHS 100 to GHS10,000. About 85% have been paid while others are being considered. Don’t you think that all these people would be affected if we had not reversed.

“Before the recess of parliament, the House through Majority Leader, Osei Kyei Mensah-Bonsu has written to Speaker to invite the new BoG governor to answer questions related to the DKM saga.

“Kwakuba is politicizing the issues. He is on record to have said because he’s an NDC member, he won’t allow for an end in sight of these matters, since it was the bane of the past NDC administration that largely cost the party’s 2016 elections.

Meanwhile, workers of the Nkoranza Municipal Electoral Commission (EC) were in shock Friday, March 7 over the discovery of a coffin placed at the EC’s office.

The coffin had a piece of red cloth, eggs and a dead fowl placed on top of it.

The group led by Kwakuba has claimed responsibility for the spiritual act, who insists on fighting EC’s resolve to conduct the District Assembly Elections in the area.

The presence of the coffin at the EC office comes days after a purification exercise led by fetish priest, Nana Kwabena Nyarko and some youth to reverse the curse that was invoked on the Municipal Electoral Commission (EC), compelling it to suspend the District Level Assembly Election in Nkoranza North and South Districts.

The EC has set 11th April, 2017 for the conduct of the elections.