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Kennedy Ohene Agyapong, Assin Central Member of Parliament says he is angry with President Akufo-Addo for not sacking opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC), affiliate members who are still at post at various government ministries.
According to him, those ‘Veranda Boys’ parading themselves as Civil Servants at various agencies and departments will continue to pose as ‘spies’ to ministers and NPP appointees if the president doesn’t show them the exit.
The outspoken top NPP member in a media discussion insisted that, some ‘wicked’ NDC elements who are still at post are behind the planting of a secret audiovisual recording device in the office of the Minister of Lands and Natural Resources, John Peter Amewu.
He says their burnt to all angles to see Akufo-Addo administration fail so that they can have upper hand over the 2020 general elections
The MP lamented that though his NPP party won the 2016 election hands down, there are some ‘wicked unseen hands’ from the opposition NDC still running affairs at the various state institutions.
This he says President Akufo-Addo must use intelligence to fish them out and fire them with immediate effect.
“I have called on President Nana Addo several times to fire all NDC officials occupying state institutions. When the NDC were in power, they benefited from galamsey, since our new minster Mr Amewu is against galamsey, they have decided to destroy his plans by putting spying device in his office, Mr. Agyapong said.
The Assin legislator also reiterated, “NPP is in power but trust me, NDC is actually ruling the country because they have taken control of affairs of all state institutions in the country and causing problems for some NPP members at post”.
The National Security operatives have discovered an audiovisual recording device in the office of the Lands and Natural Resources Minister, John Peter Amewu who has waged war against illegal mining.
The Lands Minister’s predecessor under the NDC, Alhaji Innusah Fusseini has claimed responsibility for planting the secret device at the office.
The ‘spying’ device was planted in a huge Coat of Arms plaque hanging in the far left corner of the office.
The device included a camera, a storage unit and another device suspected to be transmitter neatly housed in a black metal box with batteries.
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