Feminists, activists must fight for Serwaa Broni – Dela Seddoh

A deputy national youth organiser of the NDC, Ruth Dela Seddoh has called for protection for Evelyn Aidoo, other wise known as Serwaa Broni.

The Canada-based Ghanaian woman has got social media talking after she granted an interview to Kevin Taylor on US-based Loud Silence TV about her affair with Ghana’s president, Nana Akufo-Addo.

In the interview on Easter Sunday, Serwaa Broni alleged that President Akufo-Addo sent thugs to torment her after having a sexual intercourse with her.

Serwaa Broni

Narrating how it all happened she said the president abused her through a former national security coordinator at the Kotoka International Airport, Hopeson Adorye, who sent thugs her way when they realised she had naked pictures of Akufo-Addo.

It is for this reason that Dela Seddoh has called for human rights activists to “rise up for Serwaa Broni.”

Reacting to what she described as an impending danger towards Serwaa Broni on the Gumbe Show on TV XYZ, the politician quizzed, “where are the feminists and human rights activists?”

Meanwhile, the Minority Caucus has said it is studying all the materials that were published during the interview and will come up with their findings.

“These allegations, if proven to be true, raise grave charges of abuse of office, human right violations and conduct which bring the high office of President of Ghana into disrepute”, the Caucus added.



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