The National Democratic Congress (NDC) has declared its intention to start cleaning up the former president John Mahama’s office.
This was revealed by Eric Adjei, the Deputy Bono Regional Communications Officer, on Thursday’s Ekosii Sen show on Asempa FM.
Mr. Adjei stated that the exercise has been scheduled on November 16, 2023, the same day as the picketing of Mr. Mahama’s Cantonments office by the #Fixing The Country Movement.
“The youth wing and the entire party will embark on a cleanup exercise. The area is bushy, so we will weed and desilt the gutters so everyone should come with their cutlass and every equipment they can use,” he said.
Additionally, Mr. Adjei mentioned that the protestors’ petition will be given to the party following the cleanup effort.
The Office of the Special Prosecutor (OSP) was contacted by Ernest Owusu Bempah, the Deputy Director of Communication for the New Patriotic Party (NPP), to expedite the OSP’s probe into the Airbus bribery scandal. This prompted the picketing.
According to Mr. Owusu-Bempah, it’s critical that the case be resolved definitively and that those found guilty face legal consequences.
The former Special Prosecutor Martin Amidu was looking into a number of instances, including the Airbus affair.
Mr. Amidu mentioned John Dramani Mahama, the 2024 NDC flagbearer, and his brother, Samuel Mahama, as the focus of this investigation.
Meanwhile, his successor, Kissi Agyebeng, says he is seeking the assistance of Interpol on this matter.