Probe Serwaa Broni’s allegations against Akufo-Addo – NDC’s Karim Suleman tells Parliament

Abdul Karim Sulemana, (Karim Benzema) a member of the NDC communication team has condemned canada-based Ghanaian woman Evelyn Aidoo also known as Serwaa Broni for branding President Akufo-Addo “criminal.”

Karim Benzema who was speaking on ‘Battle Ground’ on Power 97.9 FM indicated that it was unfortunate the social media sensation had accused the President of many bad acts.

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.

This, she said, was after she took pictures on the presidential jet she and the president were travelling on and posted on Facebook.

In the video that is being widely circulated on Facebook, Serwaa Broni who has hinted she is a lesbian, said she 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.

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.

After meeting the President in several places both in Ghana and outside the country, Serwaa Broni revealed the president came after her probably because she may have had some sensitive information about Akufo-Addo on her mobile phones.

She alleged that the attack on her at Dawhenya was masterminded by President Akufo-Addo with the help of NPP activist Hopeson Adorye and some National Security personnel.

The serious revelations have generated controversies on social media and traditional media platforms, with some calling for impeachment processes to be initiated against Akufo-Addo while others are calling for the Presidency to speak to the matter.

But Karim, an NDC activist, rather wants Parliament to take the matter up immediately to help the image of the country.

Rt. Hon. Alban Bagbin is Ghana’s Speaker of Parliament.

He told host, King Nicholas, “Parliament should go into this matter and set up a bi-partisan committee and establish the truth so that we’ll bring the finality to the issue.”

He continued, “We cannot allow this lady to brand President Akufo-Addo a criminal. We cannot leave it there.”

It is for this reason he has appealed to the Speaker of Parliament, Rt. Hon. Alban Bagbin, to constitute the committee to help bring closure to the matter.



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