The Weekly Guide can authoritatively report that, the flagbearer of the Progressive Peoples Party, Dr Papa Kwesi Nduom has been cited as one of the high profile Ghanaians working as an under-cover agent for the Central Intelligence Unit (CIA).
In a classified report by the United States Embassy in Accra which is in our possession has revealed how Dr . Nduom was used by the CIA to channel top state secrets including Cabinet memos and confidential bilateral and multilateral trade negotiations and agreements under the erstwhile Kufuor administration to them.
The document further reveals that Dr. Papa Kwesi Nduom’s 2008 Presidential campaign on the ticket of CPP and his 2012 Presidential campaign on the ticket of PPP, a party he founded after his breakaway with the CPP was hugely funded by the CIA.
‘We find in him a trusted ally who has demonstrated his commitment towards protecting the economic interest of the United States. He has proven to be a credible source than the others, perhaps, because of his personal interest to establish several business entities across the United States “, portions of the document read.
This startling revelations has left a lot of question marks on the integrity and patriotism of the PPP flagbearer. For someone who could trade his country’s top secrets with the CIA for personal benefits, one wonders what will happen if he gets closer to the seat of government.
The US classified report has further revealed that the German’s have made several contacts with Dr. Nduom, however, it has so far been unsuccessful primarily because he has his business interest fixed in the United States and does not want to offend his friends at the CIA.
The CIA has been involved in the destabilization of several economies and government’s across the world. It is on record that the CIA played a significant role in the overthrow of Dr. Kwame Nkrumah as President of Ghana together with their local allies.
Dr. Nduom as at the time of filing this report still holds that special relationship with the CIA. We shall carry out other details of the classified report in our subsequent publications.