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Politics of Friday, 8 December 2017

Source: peacefmonline.com

Visa connection business rampant in Flagstaff House – Koku Anyidoho

Deputy General Secretary of the NDC, Koku Anyidoho has alleged that the seat of government has now become an avenue for “faster visa business" to some selected applicants.

He mentioned one “Frank Bruce” as the person “in charge of the visa connection at the flagstaff House. Insanity, no one is talking about this”.

Koku who was speaking on NEAT FM’s morning show with host Akwasi Aboagye however described the seat of government as an “Oshodi market” - a messy market located in Oshodi, a suburb of Lagos state in Nigeria.

To him, President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo is not on top of issues at the presidency – adding that, the president is only interested in creating non-existing jobs for family and friends.

“They were accusing President Mahama of family and friends, even if what he [Mahama] was doing is true, [I don’t believe though], but what they [NPP] are doing is million times worse than what they accused the predecessor ” he said.

“This is where we are in one year under Nana Addo-led government. Total breakdown of law and order, their unfulfilling promises...nothing is going on” - the NDC deputy Chief Scribe noted after tagging the incumbent as “419”.

Not True?

Meanwhile, Peacefmonline.com checks with its sources at the Flagstaff House on the identity of Frank Bruce indicates that, no one going by that name is a staff at the seat of government.

However, the said Frank Bruce, who also sometimes go by the name Kojo Fosu or Yaw Fosu, is alleged to be involved in some Canadian-visa racketeering issues and has reportedly even duped a couple of people by preying on their gullibility claiming he operates from the Flagstaff House.

The underworld operations of Frank Bruce and others who defraud members of the unsuspecting public, under the guise of operating from the official seat of government, has caught the attention of the security agencies, who are said to be investigating the matter.