Bombshell: “Manaseh Azure and Kweku Baako threatened Me to support Bawumia with Ghc10million or else….”- Woyome

Source : DAILY News GHANA
December 1 2016

Controversial Businessman Alfred Agbesi Woyome is reported to have blurted out how Manaseh Azure Awuni a Journalist with Joy Fm and Editor in Chief of the New Crusading Guide Newspaper Abdul Malik Kweku Baako threatened him to support financially the campaign of Vice Presidential candidate of the New Patriotic Party, Dr Mahamadu Bawumia, failure to fulfill this will force both to “teach him a lesson” he “will never forget.”

“Daily News Ghana” can authoritatively confirm that, not long ago, Abdul Malik Kweku Baako Jnr and Manasseh Azure Awuni called on Alfred Woyome to have a meeting with him on what they said was an “exlusive report” they had, that suggested a ploy by Akufo-Addo and his coterie to nail him with through the renting of Lawyer Martin Alamsi Amidu to do this “bidding” for Akufo-Addo. Both Kweku and Manaseh Azure are said to have identified themselves to Businessman Woyome as “Promoters for Bawumia To succeed Akufo-Addo” agenda.

According to our source, Kweku Baako and Manaseh demanded a whopping Ghana cedis 10 million from Woyome to be given or paid to their “Friend” Dr Mahamadu Bawumia before the beginning of month of November 2016. It is on record that, Kweku Baako and Manaseh specifically indicated to Woyome that, if he is “unable” to raise this money for their “friend” Dr Mahamadu Bawumia, then they will have no option than to “teach Woyome a lesson.” In the early days of November 2016, Martin Amidu reared his head again to push the Woyome agenda , with the sole intent of exploiting it as a mechanism to see the back of President John Mahama come December 7 2016 ELECTIONS.

Out of frustrations, Martin Amidu has gone further to not only smear President Mahama with unpleasant lies but also, made grievously false allegations of rigging against the Chairperson of the Electoral Commission of Ghana, Madam Charlotte Osei. After the supreme court granted Martin Amidu his request to cross examine Woyome, a video which captured Abdul Malik Kweku Baako dancing in ecstasy in obvious expression of “we will Teach you a lesson” which Manaseh and kweku himself warned Woyome earlier of, went viral on both social and mainstream media.

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