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Like a partridge in a pear tree waiting impatiently to sing on the first day of Christmas, ?dishonourable? Alhaji (a discredit to Allah the Great) Musa Moctar Bamba has threatened to sing as loud as he can if the NPP attempts to make a scapegoat out of him.
The Kufour regime is reeling under immense pressure to use the ?BambaGate? scandal demonstrate that their mantra of ?zero tolerance for corruption? has some teeth still and in the process persuade Ghanaians that the government is not as completely buried under the rubbish of corruption and thievery as is widely believed by almost all Ghanaians on Wednesday.
The LIT has gathered that Bamba?s recent chest beating in his constituency, declaring categorically that he would be standing for re-election is informed by the fact that he has mastered the lines of his song and will sing to perfection if his feathers are ruffled.
The Song which combines melodiously the ?Waa Waa Waa tune? and the ?Bambaliba tune? will effectively cause the collapse of the shaky foundations of the Kufour establishment and bring to the open the rottenness, filth and stench that has completely engulfed the whole regime from top to bottom.
It therefore comes as no surprise that the National Organiser of the NPP, Laud Commey, was on air lauding Alhaji Bamba?s decision to resign on what he called a mere ?Act of Indiscretion? which did not warrant any prosecution. He further went on to insult the intelligence of Ghanaians when he stated that his resignation far from being a disgrace to the NPP, constituted a credit to the party and government. What Insolence! What Impudence and Audacity! But can anyone really blame these guys?
Having effectively checkmated themselves, they are obviously being held by ?the balls? by the threats of their former Deputy Minister for Presidential Affairs. The same panic informs the desperate but futile efforts that the NPP General Secretary Dan Botchwey has made to defend the indefensible utterances of Laud Commey.
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