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Yamin must visit the psychiatrist soonest - Abronye DC

The Brong Ahafo Regional youth organizer of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) Kwame Baffoe affectionately called Abronye DC, has hit back at Joseph Yamin for linking him to recent disasters in the country.

He believes the former Deputy Coordinator of the National Disaster Management Organization (NADMO) is faced with some mental instability and needs to visit the psychiatrist before things get out of hand.

Abronye insists that Mr Yamin is getting mad and if immediate steps are not taken to get him treated, he may soon walk naked on the streets and further humiliate the National Democratic Congress (NDC) that is yet to get out of the shock of the December 7, 2016 election defeat.

Mr Joseph Yamin is alleged to have stated that the series of curses invoked by Abronye DC and cohorts is what is currently bedeviling the country leading to suicides and several accidents claiming lives of innocent citizens.

But in response Abronye DC explained that he has not killed anyone and could not have been the trigger to recent deaths in the country as claimed because no river deity was ever invoked in all his curses.

“My curses didn’t kill anyone. I didn’t even call on the name of the water god. How many of the kids do vote? They are not even up to 18 years. Joseph Yamin needs to visit the Psychiatric hospital. He needs to go check his brain. He can be wearing a suit but have issues at head. I am not ready to meet him. He might harm me…”

“In 2006 Abronye investment was the company renovating Kintampo falls to its fullest. We always looked for people to cut down the trees in a special way. Those are the trees that have outgrown to that level. The new government came to sacked us in 2008. If we were there till now we would have taken care of it…”

He questioned if deaths recorded during Mill-Mahama administration after Ambassador Ohene Agyekum invoked curses with eggs and schnapps should be blamed on the latter.

Source: My News GH

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