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28-Apr-2017  
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Bernard Antwi Boasiako, Ashanti Regional Chairman of the New Patriotic Party, was for once lost for words when quizzed on UTV's Morning Show, "Adekye Nsroma", if he had a place in his heart to forgive Ibrahim Mahama for his alleged crimes against him.

Chairman Wontumi, as the NPP Ashanti Regional Chair is affectionately called, was Ibrahim Mahama’s biggest critic during the erstwhile NDC government.

Wontumi is alleged to have accused Ibrahim Mahama of being a thief and a dishonest man with criminal tendencies. According to the NPP stalwart, Ibrahim together with former President Mahama, had been increasing fuel prices and stashing the proceeds in banks in South Africa.

These comments made by Wontumi was the feather that broke the camel’s back and caused Ibrahim Mahama to send Wontumi a strong warning to either ‘shut up’ or face him in court.

Wontumi couldn’t keep quiet, and on December 1st 2014, Ibrahim Mahama instituted a $2m legal suit against Chairman Wontumi.

But on Friday morning, when asked by the presenter of the how, Yaa Konama, how the court proceeding between him and the former President’s brother was going and he politely said, “If a matter in court it is not good to comment on it”.

Probed further if he can bury the hatchet between him and Mr. Mahama, the outspoken NPP stalwart seemed to have instantly gone mute and failed to answer the question resulting in the presenter having to change the subject.




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Source: UTV/Ghana
 
 

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