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Minority begins investigations into Serwaa Broni’s allegations against Akufo-Addo

The minority in Parliament has said it is following the accusations of abuse against a Canada-based Ghanaian, Evelyn Aidoo also known as Serwaa Broni.

The woman who granted interview with Kevin Taylor on Loud Silence TV on Sunday said she had had sexual encounter with President Akufo-Addo and suffered abuse suspected to have been orchestrated by state security actors.

Serwaa Broni in that interview which has gone viral indicated that she had the naked pictures of the Ghanaian president and published some private chats she alleged to have exchanged with him.

But the Minority in a statement signed by Haruna Iddrisu said they are interested in the matter.

Below is the statement;

NDC Parliamentary Caucus Statement on the Nana Addo – Serwaa Broni Scandal

The NDC Caucus in Parliament has become aware of very scandalous allegations contained in an interview granted Mr. Ekow Kevin Taylor by Madam Evelyn Serwaa Broni on Easter Sunday the 17th of April, 2022. 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 NDC Caucus has consequently requested and obtained a copy of the full interview in issue for further study, transcription and legal analysis. The caucus will very soon convey to Ghanaians the actions to be taken on the basis of the outcome of the ongoing legal analysis of the matter.

The caucus remains committed to holding public officers accountable to the high standards set by our constitution.


Haruna Iddrisu
Minority Leader
Parliament of Ghana




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