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12-Feb-2014  
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Mr. Samuel Quainoo, the father of the Assembly member for Mfantseman Egyaah electoral Area, Hon. Jerry Bill Crenstil has disclosed to NEAT 100.9 FM that, his son has gone missing after having a heated debate with the Mfantseman Municipal Chief Executive (MCE) on radio.

According to him, Mr. Crenstil has not been sighted for the past ten days and that is uncharacteristic of him because he would have informed at least his fiancé of his whereabout even though they do not live together.

This news comes on the heels of a heated argument between Jerry Bill Crenstil and Hon. Henry Kweku Hayfron, the MCE for Mfantseman, which ended with one truncating a live radio interview after a heated verbal spat.

During the interview on NEAT FM’s ‘Me Man Nti’ hosted by Adakabre Frimpong Manso on the 21st of January, 2014, Jerry Bill Crenstil accused his MCE of reneging on his duties by not supporting education and also alleged that Hon. Hayfron had embezzled monies belonging to the Municipality, which needed to be investigated.

Though no one has directly pointed accusing fingers at the MCE for the disappearance of Mr. Crentsil which occurred a few days after the confrontation on live radio, many believe he has been made to disappear for political reasons.

Meanwhile, Mr. Samuel Quainoo, who was careful not to accuse anyone of any crime, used the opportunity to plead with anyone who has any knowledge of his son’s whereabouts.
 
 
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