-Appiah Stadium was arrested in Kumasi Tuesday morning for insulting allegedly President Akufo-Addo
-A video recording of his supposed conversation with former President Mahama reveals how he was released and his warning for Mahama be careful against detractors in his party
Last Tuesday's arrest of Kumasi-based National Democratic Congress (NDC) serial caller, Frank Kwaku Appiah, commonly referred to as Appiah Stadium, has really thought him a lesson and shown him his real friends in the party, a video YEN.com.gh has stumbled upon suggests.
In the video , Appiah Stadium is seen in a purported phone conversation with former President John Mahama explaining how he got released and how some NDC bigwigs, instead of helping him get out, were rather working to get him punished.
In the revealing conversation, Appiah Stadium is heard referring to the one on the end of the line which is reported to be the former president as 'Oluman' [Old man] and warning him to be careful with the people he thinks [Mahama] he has support from because many of them neglected him [Appiah] when he needed help.
"Some of the were people were those you gave big appointments but they did not say anything good about you so be careful 'Oluman'", he is heard warning in the video.
He further asks the recipient of his call to thank Madam Ama Busia, an elder of the ruling New Patriotic Party (NPP), Reverend Isaac Owusu Bempah and Hopeson Adorye for their roles in getting him released.
Appiah Stadium, is a very vocal Mahama supporter in the New Patriotic party (NPP) stronghold of Ashanti who was arrested Tuesday morning by the police in Kumasi for allegedly describing President Nana Akufo-Addo as a drug addict.
He was transferred to the Police Headquarters in Accra but later released on Tuesday evening after President Akufo-Addo expressed his disinterest in pursuing the case.
It was later reported how some NDC gurus, who see Appiah Stadium as a nuisance, had wanted him incarcerated for a long time and how former President Mahama had to intervene and plead for his boy.
Watch the video below see for yourself:
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