Update: Hajia Fati Granted Bail,Threatens To Sue Kwabena Agyepong

Update: Hajia Fati Granted Bail,Threatens To Sue Kwabena Agyepong

A vociferous  member of the New Patriotic Party popularly known as Hajia Fati who was arrested by the Police over the attack on the vehicle of the party’s general secretary Kwabena Agyepong has been granted bail.

Agyepong who is perceived to be an ally of suspended national chairman Paul Afoko, had the back screen of his four-wheel drive damaged at the party’s headquarters on Tuesday.

The NPP in a statement condemned the attack and promised a thorough investigation into the incident.

According to reports picked up by Starr News, Mr. Agyepong officially lodged a complaint at the Police headquarters on Tuesday cited Hajia Fati as the leader of the mob who vandalized his vehicle and describe dthe unfortunate incident as criminal.

The Police later picked up Hajia Fati who was interrogated at the Police headquarters over the attack.

According to reports, the driver of Mr. Agyepong who fingered Hajia Fati for leading the attack on Agyepong's car said she was hailed after the incident.

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In a related development, reports indicate that upon interrogation at the Police headquarters, Hajia Fati revealed that party Secretary, Kwabena Agyepong damaged the back of his four-wheeled drive himself, with no assistance from anybody.

Upon her bail, Hajia Fati has threatened to sue the party’s general secretary Kwabena Agyepong for wrongful accusation.

An angry Hajia Fati told Citi News after her release from Police custody that she has been accused wrongly and would take steps to sue the party’s general secretary.

She further added that she has no intention of leaving  the case like that, adding that she would  consult her lawyers and sue Kwabena Agyepong.

 

 

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