General News of Wednesday, 18 July 2012

Source: The Informer

Coffee Shop Mafia Loses Hope

As Akufo-Addo Swims In Judgment Debt Waters...

Coffee Shop Mafia Loses Hope

Kwaku Baako, Sefa-Kayi, Egbert Faibille & Co In State Of Apoplexy

News Desk Report

“He who laughs last, laughs best”, so the saying goes.

When towards the end of last year, the NPP latched onto the Woyome judgment debt wheel, Akufo-Addo and co must have believed that they were on their way to the Promised Land.

It was as if manna had fallen from heaven; and the NPP and its acolytes, really had a good time munching on the Woyome matter. Over night, Kwaku Baako and co became legal experts; pontificating on, rules of court, etc.

As for the likes of Kwame Sefa-Kayi, there is every reason to believe that they looked forward to every morning with relish because every new day provided a juicy opportunity to fry the Woyome omelette.

Mr. Akufo-Addo, the flagbearer of the NPP, has been exposed as a pathological liar cum hypocrite, who does not have what it takes to ever occupy the highest office of the land, and Kwaku Baako and his Coffee Shop Mafia have found themselves in a state of quandary.

Information reaching The Informer has it that, the Coffee Shop Mafia, led by Malik Kwaku Baako, is in a state of absolute apoplexy. In other words, they are in a state of utter confusion. Per the information reaching The Informer, Mr. Baako and his lackeys have not slept since the NDC Government blew the cover off Akufo-Addo.

As far as Baako and co were concerned, they were going to fly on the wings of Woyome into the election, and least expected that Akufo-Addo will become a heavy albatross hanging around their necks.

Of course, the strong allegations that Akufo-Addo is hooked on to wee and other hard drugs, as well as the fact that he is surrounded by known drug barons cum ex-convicts, are already heavy albatross, but least did Kwaku Baako and co expect to wake up to the fact that Akufo-Addo’s judgment debt albatross would also be hanging around their necks.

If the sombre demeanor of Kwame Sefa-Kayi on Peace FM yesterday morning was anything to go by, then the information reaching The Informer is spot-on. Yesterday morning, Kwame Sefa-Kayi was at his sombre best; having been hit hard by the bombshell. Indeed, Kwame Sefa-Kayi was as cold as water in a clay pot.

Kwame braved it, and read a txt message that hit hard at him for trying to shift the goalpost as regards the line of debate in the wake of the startling revelation that Akufo-Addo is not a saint when it comes to judgment debts. What it means is that, so many discerning minds can see through the demeanour of Sefa-Kayi and know that the man was suffering from the tsunami that has hit his flagbearer.

In the case of Kwaku Baako, he started to orbit in the realms of confusion when last week, Kwadwo Mpiani was exposed as being the evil-brain behind the wrongful termination of almost all the contracts resulting in the nation being saddled with gargantuan judgment debt.

Just as people speak in different tongues when they are hit by the Holy Spirit, Kwaku Baako spoke in Latin and legalese, when he was hit by Mpiani’s strong involvement in saddling the nation with judgment debt.

At the time Baako was speaking in Latin, little did he know that a few days down the line, there will be a “EUREKA” and Akufo-Addo will be immersed in the judgment debt waters.

The Informer knows it for a fact, that the Coffee Shop Mafia has lost a lot of hope in Akufo-Addo and really don’t know what to do.

“Especially at this last minute, when the NPP does not have a manifesto, and President Atta Mills and the NDC Government are coming up very strong, Kwaku Baako and his boys are really not sure of what to do, and are cursing Akufo-Addo for sinking their hopes”; an insider told The Informer.

“While Kwaku Baako and co are crying, there are some people within who are happy that Akufo-Addo has succeeded in destroying his chances of becoming President; so that come 2016, they can push a better person to lead the party”, the insider added.