- National Women’s Organiser of the NDC has chastised Kan Dapaah over his leaked amorous video chat
- She stated that the singular act makes him a threat to national security
- She wondered if the minister has not freely given sensitive government information out upon request by his concubine
The National Women’s Organiser of the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) has chastised National Security Minister, Kan Dapaah over his leaked amorous video conversation with a lady.
Dr Hanna Bissiw stated that the'irresponsible act' on the part of the National security minister, makes him a threat to national security.
Speaking on Inside Politics Monday afternoon on January 13, 2020, she said it would have been no issue if he employed the services of a porn star but by virtue of his office, it is a big deal.
“We wouldn’t have cared if he even decided to be a pornstar or to strip naked in a strip club but by virtue of his office I am concerned…” positions come with responsibilities. You cannot become an irresponsible man in a responsible position; it does not match. He [Kan Dapaah] should have been smart,” she said.
The former Deputy Agric Minister wondered if Mr Dapaah has not freely given sensitive government information out upon request by his concubines.
“This man is very irresponsible. I believe he can sell sensitive national security matters through video calls,” she said.
The Minister has come under intense criticism on mainstream and social media for what many describe as behaving in a “careless” manner during the conversation.
In other news, the National Security Minister, Kan Dapaah's side chic has finally opened up after a video of her and the former romancing popped up.
According to the leader of The People’s Project (TPP), Kwame A-Plus, Chantelle has disclosed in an interview she granted with Chris-Vincent Agyapong that she was contracted by some NPP “gurus” to set up Kan Dapaah.
Kwame A-Plus added that she made a post on Facebook stating that the video was recorded some 8 months ago but was “discussed and settled” in order for it not to get into the public domain.
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