- The former GTDC Deputy CEO, Akua Blakofe, says her life is under threat
- According to her, ever since she resigned she has been receiving threatening calls and messages
The former Ghana Tourism Development Company (GTDC) deputy CEO, Akua Djanie, popularly known as Akua Blakofe has revealed that her life is under threat in Ghana.
In a series of Facebook posts, the former deputy CEO of GTDC said she no longer feels safe in the country since she resigned from her post.
The outspoken former TV host has stated she receives several calls threatening her to return the car and other valuables given to her by GTDC.
Blakofe, who resigned over what she describes as massive corruption at GTDC, warned on her Facebook wall that should she be found dead all of a sudden, it would be because she told truth to power, and, as a result, has been targeted for elimination.
“We woke up one morning to news that Fennec had been murdered. We woke to news JB Danquah had been murdered. We woke up to news about the young bank worker who was murdered. These are just 3 examples. Till date, no real concrete suspects have been dealt with. We don't know what issues they had. I'm putting all my issues out on social media so if you wake to the news that I've been murdered or dead all of a sudden, you have a clue where to begin investigations. I really don't see why we should get to this level. It means I'm speaking the truth and they need to get rid of me. I weep for Ghana. Truly it's an Asylum,” she said.
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