Rejoinder- Nana Akuffo Addo From Cia To Npp Flagbearer

Fri, 11 Mar 2011 Source: Kabore, Haleema Asana

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I wish to respond to a document which has been published on the web and other media portals headed ‘NANA AKUFFO ADDO FROM CIA OPERATIVE TO NPP FLAGBEARER’. Mr Nana Akuffo Addo I am aware is the Presidential Candidate the opposition New Patriotic Party. The issues raised and the information in this document are very startling and interesting and being the objective and investigative person that likes to expose questionable characters, government corruption, abuse of public funds, theft of public funds, characters of our politicians and public officials irrespective of their political affiliation i would clearly investigate the issues raised and if true would initiate a proper and fitting investigation and solution. However if the contents are not true then i would dismiss it and treat it as a passing ship.

I would like however to state that I, Mrs Haleema Asana Kabore did not write this document headed NANA AKUFFO ADDO FROM CIA TO NPP FLAGBEARER, neither did i publish this document in any manner or form. I have on record electronic copies of documents I have published in past some with the support of Mr Paul Kaleku, a former Research officer of the Ministry of information and a man who has access to several government documents through his numerous contacts in past and present governments. Examples of documents and releases, which are based on hard evidence and for which I am responsible for include

a. President Mills must investigate corruption at Ghana Free Zones Board

b. “Kojo Twum Boafo must not Mubarak himself at Ghana Free Zones Board

c. NDC Government spends over 200,000 US dollars on Pro NDC newspapers

I wish to inform the general public that any document that is written and published by any individual using my name , I would promptly respond, refute and reject it outright.

I and my organisation would continue to work in the supreme interest of the Ghanaian people to make sure that irresponsible characters past and present and irrespective of political, social and economic affiliation do not serve in public service or have a route to the public purse.

We would also continue our struggle to make sure resources of state, taxes, and monies belonging to the people of Ghana, are not misused, diverted, stolen, unaccounted for, and hived off into the pockets of unscrupulous individuals. I therefore welcome the support and assistance of the general public, civic society and all sides of the political divide to achieve these objectives.

Mrs Haleema Asana Kabore

Media Watch Research Associates


Columnist: Kabore, Haleema Asana