You Lined Up Bank Workers And Shot Them – Kwaku Baako Blows Dirty Secrets

Renowned Ghanaian Journalist, Mr. Abdul Malik Kwaku Baako Junior has revealed some deep secrets about a political Party in Ghana seeking a chance to rule the country in the upcoming 2020 election.

Speaking in an interaction on Peace FM’s Kokrokoo Morning Show with Kwame Sefa Kayi, Mr. Abdul Malik Kwaku Baako recounted how the National Democratic Congress (NDC) was birth.

According to him, the story behind the Probity and Accountability legacy of the late Jerry John Rawlings which the NDC is currently fighting over is not a proud one.

According to him the founder of the NDC, Flt. Lt. Jerry John Rawlings has some bad stories written in his name during his military days, and the current leadership of the Party should not even think of fighting over the records.

“Probity and accountability. The NDC is fighting over all those ideals. People were shot, people were dealt with left, right, center. Go and check CVC Documents, go and check National Investigations committee records. Check that woefully causing financial laws part, bank workers were lined up and shot for embezzlement, one of them was Ben Ephson. He was with the Ghana Commercial bank”. Mr. Kwaku Baako indicated.

Mr. Kwaku Baako sadly added that Professor Kwamena Ahwoi captured some of the atrocities of the late Jerry John Rawlings in his book titled ‘working with Rawlings’. Mr. Abdul Malik Kwaku Baako added that he has a lot of stories to tell after the burial and funeral of the late Jerry John Rawlings.

“Some were captured in the working with Rawlings Book. Then today you are fighting over probity and accountability. The time will be here soon. We will do a proper examination of that legacy. But as far as I’m concerned some of these fights are worthless. The man is dead, let’s bury him and after that, we will come and talk”. Mr. Kwaku Baako noted


Source: BeaNana

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