The former National Youth Organizer of the Convention People's Party (CPP), James Kwabena Bomfeh, also called Kabila, still remains saddened over the acquittal and discharge of Alfred Agbesi Woyome; who to several Ghanaians duped the State of her financial gains.
Speaking on Peace FM's Morning Show "Kokrokoo", Kabila was hopeful that the Woyome issue will not suddenly dissipate without the State retrieving her judgement debt from him.
He believes that Woyome's money will surely be recovered under a different government regime.
“My view and my belief, and conviction (due to what I saw about some bigwigs in government) is that Woyome’s money will be retrieved but not under NDC regime…Whether the Supreme Court said it or not, any money that we paid to Woyome is theft. Any person that is involved in this manner or in this matter is complicit in act of thievery.”
He opined that the nation should however bow down their heads for allowing just "one man" to swindle the entire country.
“If as a people, we are not ashamed of this. One man dribbled and swindled a whole State apparatus and we still have the guts to date to say that some people should be blamed; some people benefited from Woyome. Such a thing saddens me when I hear it," he stated.
“I did some sharp and hard things to get things right. Maybe some people disapproved of it but a lot was at stake and I wanted the place to succeed. That’s all. At the end of the day, what have I got? A successful Singapore! What have I given up, my life?" - Quote by Lee Kuan Yew; first Prime Minister of Singapore.
James Kwabena Bomfeh wants President John Dramani Mahama to uphold the very principles of the late Singaporean legend for posterity sake.
Speaking on Peace FM's "Kokrokoo", the CPP Former General Secretary, popularly called Kabila, appealed to President John Mahama to 'damn' the "consequences of what will happen in his party" and present himself as a living sacrifice to Ghana.
In his view, President Mahama should take the risk and put the right measures in place to enhance the progress of the Ghanaian economy.
Inferring from Lee Kuan Yew's quote, Kabila noted that should President Mahama lay down his party's image and honour and address the plight of the Ghanaian populace; he will be remembered by future generations for his good deed to the nation.
“It is my prayer that His Excellency John Dramani Mahama can say one day that a lot was at stake in Ghana and he damned the consequences of what will happen in his party – NDC- and did things right. And that Ghana will be successful and he would have given up or would have given his honour, his image and maybe his stake in the party. But posterity will always [always] remember him that he would have done something right.”
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