General News of Thursday, 22 November 2012

Source: New Free Press

Woyome Donates $12 Million To Support John Mahama

The New Free Press can confirm that embattled kingpin and financier Alfred Agbesi Woyome has donated 12 million dollars to support the NDC 2012 Re-election campaign.

The Party is said to have received this amount according to our source Christian Kpakpo Mensah, an intern worked at NDC headquarters in Kokomemle who recently defected to the National Democratic Party, a breakway group of the NDC along with Dr Ofei Agyeman, former parliamentary candidate for Ayawaso Central.

It seems the NDC cannot shake off the charms of Alfred Agbesi Woyome. The party seems to be at his beck and call. It is said that Mr Woyome has also donated 10,000 dollars to be distributed all the 275 NDC parliamentary candidates through the party’s campaign manager, Elvis Afriyie Ankrah at his house at East Legon.

At a time that he is court for allegedly receiving 51 million Ghana cedis of the 642 million Ghana cedis of fraudulent judgment debt payments by the NDC led by President Mahama, Mr Woyome is still calling the shots in the NDC and recently was said to have threatened Larry Gbevlo Lartey, the National Security co-ordinator that he will have him removed on December 8th as soon as NDC wins the elections on December the 7th.

The New Free Press cannot believe the sheer audacity of the man Alfred Woyome. We are not surprised that Former President Rawlings has kept his distance from the party he once founded and led.In his own words, the party which was founded on the altar of probity, accountability and social justice has become a party of greedy bastards and Babies with sharp teeth led by evil dwarfs, Sacut Amenga Etego, a former activist of the NDC also said the party has ceased being a political party and had become a house for thieves and armed robbers who plundered the nations resources.(see interview with Pravda Radio 13th October).

We at the New Free Press cannot help but sympathize with these comments.

Suraju Musah Mohammed
Managing Editor
New Free Press
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