Kwabena Agyepong hates Akufo-Addo – Musa Superior alleges
Former Aide to Kwabena Agyei Agyepong, Iddrisu Musa, popularly known as Musa Superior, has astonishingly revealed the other side of his former boss.
In his alleged leaked letter addressed to Victor Newman and some party apparatchiks, a copy of which has been intercepted by Kasapafmonline.com, Superior said his working relationship with the General Secretary of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) came to a halt because of the chief scribe’s hatred of Nana Akufo-Addo.
“Mr. Agyepong has deep hatred for the flagbearer and has a very deceptive way of hiding that. Except that sometimes, he gets exposed. Just before the Presidential primaries, I wrote an article and publicly endorsed Nana Akufo-Addo but Mr. Ageypong did not take kindly to that. He called me and angrily told me to desist from that. Meanwhile, another staff of his office, Davis Opoku, alias OPK, was on the field campaigning for Alan Kyerematen and Kwabena saw nothing wrong with that. Davis Opoku Ansah is currently the Executive Assistant, Aide and Spokesperson for Mr. Agyepong,” he noted.
He added, “In November last year, Kwabena Agyepong ordered me in anger to take down a portrait of Nana Addo, the elected flagbearer which I displayed in the smaller office adjoining the General Secretary’s office. I did this because the General Secretary had made no attempt to put a portrait of the official candidate of the party anywhere in his office. He preferred photos of himself and the former President, which is in order. But, his angry opposition to having a photograph of the flagbearer anywhere near him was too much for me. I refused to take down the portrait until a gentleman called Aminu was told by Kwabena Agyepong to take it down. To me, that was the final straw and show of indignation to the flagbearer.”
“I could not foresee how a General Secretary, who did not want even a portrait of the candidate he was elected to promote, in his office, be trusted to sincerely work to prosecute a campaign for the successful election of that same candidate. It confirmed all my suspicions. And, brought into clear perspective all the controversial actions Kwabena Agyepong and Paul Afoko had been taking since their actions, which managed to convince some of us that they were rather doing them in the party’s interest. I have since left the job as a support worker in his office. If anyone takes a chance to let a person like that in a key role into election 2016, then the NPP does not wish itself well.”