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Maxwell Kofi Jumah, the former Member of Parliament for Asokwa constituency in the Ashanti Region, has pointed accusing fingers at the National Democratic Congress (NDC) of masterminding the office raid of a member of the NPP legal team, Gloria Akuffo on Wednesday.

He could not understand why nothing of that sought had happened before the opening of the case which seeks to nullify the election results, upon which the Electoral Commission (EC) declared President John Dramami Mahama, the flagbearer of the NDC as winner.

“She has been practicing for many years and nothing like this has happened before. She was even one time the Attorney General but she did not encounter these problems, so how come she has begun going through these things as soon as she took up this case which would see the NDC out of power”? he asked.

The out-spoken former mayor of Kumasi made this claim after unknown burglars broke into and ransacked Madam Akuffo’s office for the second time in five months, making away with some items including two computers and hard disks.

Speaking on Adom TV, Hon. Maxwell Kofi Jumah, maintained that he was convinced the raids on the office of the astute lawyer which begun after the first petitioner made his intention to go to contest the validity of the result of election 2012 by exposing irregularities and malpractices that took place in the elections, was staged by the ruling NDC because she is the head of the legal team in the Supreme Court.
Source: Prince Obimpeh/Peacefmonline.com/Ghana

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