- Politician Akua Donkor is unperturbed about the 1 million defamatory suit from Mahama’s camp
- She said there is the need for a DNA test to be carried out to solve the mystery
- Mahama has been accused as the Papa No in the ongoing Tracey Boakye’s saga
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Despite the 1 million lawsuit from the camp of former President John Dramani Mahama, the leader and founder of Ghana Freedom Party, Akua Donkor, is insisting that there is the need for a DNA test.
Akua Donkor said she is unperturbed about the lawsuit and is only interested in solving the mystery about the Papa No saga.
To Akua Donkor, Mahama is the father of Tracey Boakye’s daughter, and only a DNA test can change her mind.
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She said unequivocally that Mahama is the man at the center of the Papa No saga, stressing that “I am not scared, let them bring the lawsuit”.
This is contained in a report sighted by YEN.com.gh on Ghanaweb.com.
The Papa No saga came after Kumawood actress Tracey Boakye and Mzbel insulted each other on social media after it because apparent that they were fighting over a big NDC sugar daddy.
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While the women did not mention the name of the man involved, they only used to term Papa No meaning the man.
Meanwhile, Kennedy Agyapong revealed earlier that Papa No is former president John Mahama.
In an earlier report by YEN.com.gh, he narrated the circumstances surrounding Mahama buying three houses for Tracey Baokye to avoid being blackmailed.
YEN.com.gh also published 10 facts gathered about the whole Papa No saga for our cherished readers.
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