Top member of the NPP Kwame Baffoe popularly known as Abronye DC has alleged that former president Mahama took Joyce Dzidzor Mensah to Germany in order to avoid arrest.
Abronye DC who is known for his tough talks has accused John Mahama for aiding former AIDS ambassador Joyce Dzidzor Mensah to travel to Germany.
According to Abronye DC, John Mahama for fear that Joyce Dzidzor Mensah will be arrested sent her to Germany.
In addition, Abronye DC disclosed that it was John Mahama who also rented an apartment for Joyce in Germany.
In the interview, Abronye DC made some allegations against John Mahama and Joyce Dzidzor Mensah.
He noted that immediately after he made a petition to the police to arrest Joyce Dzidzor for duping Ghana, Mahama rented an apartment for her in Germany.
The NPP communicator explained that John Mahama rented the place for Joyce Dzidzor because Mahama knows if she gets arrested, his wife Lordina Mahama will be exposed.
Abronye DC hinted that he will be informing the Ghana Police Service and Interpol about the development so that Joyce Dzidzor can be arrested.
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Meanwhile Joyce Dzidzor Mensah wrote on her Facebook page following Abronye's earlier threats that she cannot be ridiculed since she is powerful.
This is not the first time Abronye DC has made similar allegations against Joyce Dzidzor Mensah and John Mahama.
In an earlier report, Abronye DC petitioned the Ghana Police Service to arrest Joyce Dzidzor Mensah.
He argued that Joyce Dzidzor Mensah had duped Ghana because she lied about her HIV/AIDS status.
He revealed that Joyce Dzidzor Mensah is not HIV positive like she has claimed to be over the years.
Abronye DC alleged that Joyce Dzidzor Mensah connived with some NDC officials to dupe the state.
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