I will do charitable works at Abronye DC's village when compensated - Kofi Adams
The NDC National Organizer, Kofi Adams has said he has decided to undertake philanthropical works at Abronye DC's village after the outcome of the court proceeding and eventual compensation.
Kofi Adams said, he is expecting a compensation of 1 million Ghana cedis from Abronye DC, after the humiliation, embarrassment, false accusation of him stealing state cars and panic he inflicted on him and his family.
Kofi Adams disclosed this during an interview with Kofi Marfo (Sir Richie) on a London based radio station, Hot digital online.
The NDC National Organizer is in the UK with the party's General Secretary Johnson Asiedu Nketia and former President John Dramani Mahama to meet leaders and party loyalist in the UK and Northern Ireland branches.
Asked why he intends to give away a portion of the money to the inhabitants of Abronyeh DC's village, the NDC National Organiser responded by saying "sometimes society and families must also benefit from the stupidity of prodigal children. When crime goes unpunished, people take gratification of it, hence when stupidity goes untouched stupid people in their own small minds believe they are heroes".
Kofi Adams who claims to be a true Christian and strongly believes in prophecies said, even though the 2020 elections victory has been handed to the NDC by God, the leadership of the party will leave no stone unturned and will work relentlessly to win power from the NPP.
Kofi Adams said considering the economic hardship amidst high import duties and the spate of insecurity in Ghana, the NPP as a party must embrace themselves for a massive defeat.
During the phone in session, Mr Adams who met fierce attack from NPP callers said, the callers must count themselves lucky for not living in Ghana, else he would have sued them for false accusation and their unwarranted attacks.