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Woyome Saga "Stinks"…We’ll Shave Off His Hair And Sell It To Repay GH¢51... – Allotey   
 
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25-Jan-2012  
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Central Regional Communication Director of the ruling NDC, Bernard Allotey Jacobs, has vowed that the NDC will not hesitate to go to the extent of “shaving off" the hair of Alfred Woyome and selling it to settle the judgement debt monies the state paid to him, if he is found to have defrauded government.

He described the controversy surrounding the payment of GH¢51 to the NDC financier as judgement debt in what has become known as the Woyome scandal and which has dominated the airwaves for more than two months now as an issue which “stinks” and an “albatross around the neck of the party and government”.

He accused their main political opponents, the NPP, of trying to make political capital out of the “Woyome saga” and scheming to tag President Mills in the matter.

The NDC activist however gave the assurance that President John Mills is “resolute in unraveling this mystery and axe will fall where it must fall.”

“If you know President Mills very well, you would know that he would patiently deal with the Woyome matter and get to the bottom of it. The man is serious and doesn’t joke with such matters. This issue is a national issue, but some people have crusaded and made turned it into an NPP and NDC issue,” he said.

Speaking on Peace FM’s flagship programme, “Kokrooko”, Allotey Jacobs maintained that it was sad some government officials were defending Woyome in this matter.
 





 
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