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Nana B speaks on “damning” secret recording associated with ambulance purchase trial

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National Organiser of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), Henry Nana Boakye, also known as Nana B, is anticipating the disclosure of evidence by the National Democratic Congress (NDC) in an upcoming press conference regarding the alleged conduct of Attorney-General Godfred Dame Yeboah in the ongoing ambulance purchase trial.

Nana B claims that the NDC’s ‘damning evidence’ consists of a secret recording made by the third accused, Richard Jakpa, at the residence of a Supreme Court judge.

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The third accused stated openly in court that Godfred Dame had approached him on multiple occasions, soliciting his help to incriminate the first accused person, Dr. Ato Forson.

Dr. Forson, a former Deputy Finance Minister and current Minority Leader, is facing charges brought by the state for his alleged involvement in the procurement of defective ambulances for Ghana.

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In a Facebook post on Monday, May 27, the National Organiser of the NPP stated that the Attorney-General attended the meeting at the request of Justice Emmanuel Yonny Kulendi, which took place at his residence.

He argued that the complete recording would demonstrate that the Attorney-General never asked Richard Jakpa to distort his testimony.

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“We are reliably informed that NDC is trying every means to maliciously ‘doctor’ the said tape to exclude portions of the conversation and particularly the voice of the Supreme Court Justice, whose invitation the AG honoured out of courtesy. The full-length recording will reveal the AG never requested Richard Jakpa to skew his testimony in any manner as bandied around by the NDC.”

Nana B indicated that “No amount of scheming by the NDC and its affiliates will exonerate any person who participated in misrepresenting ordinary vans as ambulances to the Ghanaian populace.”

Sammy Gyamfi, the National Communications Officer of the NDC, has issued a warning to the public, warning them not to trust pro-NPP communicators and media outlets that claim to have “incontrovertible evidence” on their hands.

Below is Nana B’s full post

On the dishonorable and discredited Ato Forson’s trial:

The NDC has since the commencement of the prosecution of Ato Forson employed every rule in the book to frustrate, manipulate and curtail bringing Ato Forson to justice for the huge financial loss occasioned by Ghana at the expense of much-needed emergency health services for the Ghanaian populace.

The latest in this charade is the claim of possessing some damning evidence which has been found out to be a recording by Richard Jakpa at a meeting the AG was invited to by a Supreme Court judge, Justice Emmanuel Yonny Kulendi without being informed Richard Jakpa will be present.

We are reliably informed that NDC is trying every means to maliciously ‘doctor’ the said tape to exclude portions of the conversation and particularly the voice of the Supreme Court Justice, whose invitation the AG honoured out of courtesy.

The full-length recording will reveal the AG never requested Richard Jakpa to skew his testimony in any manner as bandied around by the NDC.

Justice they say must be done even if the heavens fall and no amount of scheming by the NDC and its affiliates will exonerate any person who participated in misrepresenting ordinary vans as ambulances to the Ghanaian populace.

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