Tabloid News of Wednesday, 10 October 2012

Source: Al-Hajj

I Can’t Kill Prez Mahama

….He is too powerful, Will win polls

Credible information reaching The Al-Hajj newspaper has revealed how an attempt by a political party in Ghana to have President John Mahama dispatched to his early grave has badly backfired.
Two brothers, (names for now withheld) in the Tamale metropolis who all belong to the same political party, as a result of the fall-outs from the despicable act, and currently embroiled in a serious family feud, has resulted in one being stabbed and battling for his life.
A source close to the family told The Al-Hajj, one of the siblings involved was privy to a plot to have sitting president John Mahama killed by ritual means in a neighboring West African country.
The said brother was said to be part of ‘ways and means’ committee of the said political party dispatched to Kaola, Senegal with the task of approaching a veritable and popular spiritualist (Mallam) to have John Mahama spiritually killed.
However, the powerful psychic who is thought to have engaged in similar acts for the committee, flatly told them he was unable to carry out such assignment as the president’s ‘spirit’, according to the source, was; ‘sampanapania’-tough.
They were also told, the man (John Mahama) they want eliminated would not only win the upcoming December elections in Ghana, but will do so handsomely and that there was nothing he could do about it.
Armed with this heartbreaking information, the team had no choice than to return home, cursing their stars.
According to our source, when the team arrived back in Ghana, Tamale to be precise, the other brother who went with them to Senegal began ‘singing like a Canary bird’ much to the chagrin of his sibling, who picked a quarrel with him resulting in he being stabbed with a knife, and he is currently receiving treatment.
It will be recalled that prior to the death of President John Atta Mills, The Al-Hajj quoted a reliable source in Benin reporting how a juju man in faraway Parakou in the republic of Benin, after burying 15 live cows as sacrifices told the NPP ‘ways-and-means’ team president John Evan Atta Mills won’t live beyond 16th June, 2012
The NPP, believing that it was certainly going to happen began the scary rumour of the death of president Mills, hoping to gain political advantage.
On Tuesday 19th June, this year it will be recalled, The Al-Hajj published a story linking the source of the then rumoured death of president Mills to the New Patriotic Party national chairman, Jake Otanka Obetsebi Lamptey.