- The Greater Accra regional minister has revealed that some onion sellers at the Agbogbloshie market in Accra want to kill him over plans to relocate them to Adjen Kotoku
- Henry Quartey said the news has reached him that they have visited Mallams to wipe him out
- He said so far as God exists, nothing will happen to him and by July 1, they will still be moved
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The Greater Accra regional minister, Henry Quartey, revealed that some onion sellers at the Agbogbloshie market in Accra want to kill him over plans to relocate them to Adjen Kotoku.
According to him, he has uncovered a plot by them to have him killed spiritually by visiting a Mallam.
The minister who already has his mind made up said nothing is going to stop him from executing his duties as part of efforts to achieve the ‘Let’s Make Accra Work’ campaign.
In a report filed by Citinews, the Greater Accra regional minister said so far as God exists, nothing will happen to him.
“.... I have heard they have gone to some Mallam [spiritualist] to kill me. They are kidding. They should tell the mallam so far as God exists, nothing will happen to Henry Quartey by the grace of God,” he insisted.
Henry Quartey added that by July 1, 2021, his team will show up and move them to their new place.
Let’s Make Accra Work campaign
Since Henry Quartey assumed office, some parts of the city that had certain issues with congestion and waste management have witnessed a transformation under his ‘‘Let’s Make Accra Work’ campaign.
He has undertaken several initiatives to provide lasting solutions to everyday challenges in the region, with the view to transform the national capital.
The regional minister has supervised the removal of unauthorized traders along some major streets like the Madina Zongo junction.
He has also supervised the pulling down of unauthorized structures and carried out decongestion exercises and other sanitation drives aimed at ridding the capital of fifth.
In other news
Patience Asiedua, popularly known as Nana Agradaa has been convicted for operating a TV station without license contrary to section 110 of the Electronic transaction act 2008, Act 772 by an Accra Circuit Court.
The court presided over by Emmanuel Essandoh also convicted Nana Agradaa for charlatanic advertisement (sika gari) contrary to section 137 of the criminal offences Act, 1960.
The conviction followed a guilty plea by Nana Agradaa, Starrfm.com.gh reports.
The court, therefore, sentenced her to a fine of 3,000 penalty units (GHs36,000) on the count of operating a TV station without a license, in default, she will serve a three-year jail term in hard labour.
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