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General News of Wednesday, 18 January 2017


Kennedy Agyepong names 3 top former government officials to soon be jailed

Kennedy Ohene Agyepong names heads of public institutions could soon be hauled play videoKennedy Ohene Agyepong names heads of public institutions could soon be hauled

Kennedy Ohene Agyepong, New Patriotic Party (NPP) firebrand has emphatically stated three heads of public institutions could soon be hauled before the courts and thrown into jail for engaging in alleged underhand dealings while in office.

Amongst them include the Director of Social Security and National Insurance Trust (SSNIT) has a new Mr Ernest Thompson and Kingsley Kwame Awuah-Darko, Managing Director of Bulk Oil Storage and Transport (BOST).

“People have been arguing with me when I speak but the evidence is enormous that I don’t know where to start from. I am emphatic based on the documents we have. If we don’t punish these people for their wrong doings, NPP officials will come and do same and Ghanaians will vote against us.

Maverick Politician and lawmaker for Assin Central Constituency in the Central region, has promised to release a tall list of various heads of public institutions involved in shady deals under the erstwhile NDC administration.

He advised them brace themselves for the biggest exposé in the coming days insisting that he will not sit aloof and allow them go home to enjoy the loot from state coffers.

Speaking during a live discussion on an Accra-based Television station, he disclosed that some of these heads appointed by the outgone administration may appear as angels but if the havoc they have wrecked the country’s economy is made public it will shock Ghanaians to the bone.

“The documents are here and we shall be interrogating them in the coming days. Ghanaians will be shocked when details of these documents are made public. They will see the havoc these NDC appointees have wrecked the economy of the country which Nana Addo must struggle to build”, he disclosed.