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Source: Anita Dankwah

NDC, NPP prove links with 'Divine Intelligence' movie

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A reporter Anita Dankwah has managed to chase up the purported evidence from both Elinam Nutor and Edna Gyasi, respectively the NDC and NPP sympathisers whose initial claims in an argument on the upcoming movie, "Divine Intelligence", written and directed by Sammy Ankrah, nearly sparked a confrontation between NDC and NPP supporters at an African function in Peckham in London, UK, last week.

Claiming, during the said argument, why he believed Sammy Ankrah, the writer and director of the much anticipated movie was an NDC sympathiser, Elinam Nutor said he had seen the man in meetings with Professor Danso Boafo at the Ghana High Commission in UK when Professor Danso Boafo was the then Ghana High Commissioner. She had seen photos of Sammy Ankrah with Professor Danso Boafo at the High Commission which he could produce if it became necessary.

Edna Gyasi, the NPP sympathiser, on the other hand, maintained that Sammy Ankrah was NPP because she had seen him in some of the NPP executive meetings and had personally taken pictures of him with some of the NPP bigwigs.

She claimed she had those pictures on her phone at the time of the incident but refused to give it to the reporter when requested.

Both Elinam and Edna have, however, eventually released their substantive evidence to this reporter as shown in the attached photos.

However, Elinam Nutor and other NDC sympathisers in the UK are accusing the NPP of deliberately circulating the photos of Sammy Ankrah with former president Kuffour and other NPP executives on social media just to pursue their agenda.

They claim to have reliable information from their source in Kumasi that the NPP is scheming to link the movie to their 2016 Election campaign, using the car with an 'NPP' plate spotted in the trailer of the movie as a tool for their mission.

They intend doing so by giving the registration number a specific interpretation to match their campaign.

They promise to expose the NPP's propaganda when their findings are concluded, since they know Sammy Ankrah is not an NPP, neither has the controversial car got anything to do with NPP.

Have a look at the attached photos and also enjoy the trailer of the movie below.