Akufo-Addo accommodating lesbians, prostitutes in presidential jet – Alhaji Nasiru alleges

A communication team member of the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC), Alhaji Mohammed Nasiru has alleged that President Nana Akufo-Addo is accommodating lesbians and prostitutes in the country’s private jet.

Nasiru’s accusations come on the heels of a video circulating on social media platforms where a lady known as Serwaa Broni is captured accusing President Akufo-Addo of masterminding an attack on her.

The lady who claims to be a close friend of the President stated that he had travelled with him on the presidential jet to a funeral in Kumasi. She added that she took pictures on the jet and posted on Facebook but had to delete the photos because the president who was captured in some of the pictures was not happy about her splashing them on social media.

Serwaa Broni, in a Facebook live video on Monday, October 25, 2021, also accused the president of coming after her after she rejected his love proposal.

But many have termed her as a ‘side chick’ of the president, and blamed him for being reckless.

But speaking on Tonton Sansan on TV XYZ, Alhaji Nasiru who is of the view that the president has subjected himself to public ridicule also chastised Akufo-Addo for entertaining lesbians and prostitutes on the state’s presidential jet.

“We are in Ghana and as I speak to you now, there’s a damming allegation on the President of the Republic of Ghana that he sleeps with women on the private jet Ghanaians have bought for him,” he said while relating the matter to indiscipline.

“I’m not the one making the allegation. It has moved from a mere allegation to some form of confirmation. I have listened to some NPP leaders and I have started responding to them, I have heard that some NPP leaders who have their names in the issue have started making comment about it so it’s giving me a clue to believe it.

“What I am hearing is that President Nana Akufo-Addo, the presidential jet we bought for him, prostitutes and lesbians are being able to say they sit in it with the president for their daily activities,” Nasiru added.

According to him, the state has to protect the president because he has committed to serving Ghanaians and must not be seen engaging in acts that put him in a bad light.

He added, “the President or the Presidency must respond to such allegations from Ghanaians so that we will unravel the truth because our President is a kind of President that we all have to protect.”



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