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General News of Friday, 2 February 2018

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Paul Afoko could not stand me - NPP Hajia Boya brags

An activist of the governing New Patriotic Party (NPP) who claims to be daughter of the deceased Upper East Regional Chairman of the party, Boya Mohammed has disclosed that suspended National Chairman Paul Awentami Afoko could not stand her venom how much more journalists.

Bragging of how powerful she is by throwing caution to the wind, Boya threatened Broadcast Journalist with TV3/3FM Kwakye Afreh-Nuamah with death if he fails to halt his social media war against Minister of Sanitation and Water Resources, Joseph Kofi Adda.

According to her, Mr Afoko who claimed he was powerful could not stand the test of time when she showed up describing the journalist as a ‘lizard’

“Even Paul Afoko I dealt with him. You are like a small Lizard. I will deal with you squarely” she said.

Kwakye Afreh-Nuamah in recent times raise concerns about the state of poor sanitation in the country’s capital after the Australian High Commissioner on his twitter handle complained about how filth was consuming his office.

The criticism of the social media enthusiast has rather incurred the wrath of Hajia Boya who is a supporter of the Navrongo Central lawmaker warning him to stop his social media war or have her to contend with.

“If you dare criticize Kofi Adda again, I will teach you a bitter lesson. I will make sure you are bedridden. I will make sure you are crippled for life. Are you the one who appointed Kofi Adda? So why are you calling on president Akufo-Addo to sack him. You think you can sit on Facebook and write any nonsense at all eh? I will teach you a bitter lesson if you don’t stop criticizing Kofi Adda. Do you think he is your class”, she quizzed.

“I will come to your TV3 office with Hajia Fati to deal with you. We know you have been bribed Kwakye. Whoever has bribed you, tell the person I said I will teach you a lesson of your life.”She threatened.

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