“Let My Vote Count Alliance” Is Akyem Group Movement
Politics of Friday, 1 February 2013
Source: The Informer
For Agitation Intelligence Desk Report It has now emerged that the “Let My Vote Count” group is a creation of the Akyem-bloc in the opposition New Patriotic Party (NPP), to try and prop-up support for the on-going court case.
A member of the Akyem cartel told The Informer in an exclusive interview that, many Ghanaians, NPP supporters inclusive, are already fed-up with the court case and unless such groups are created to make noise, interest would be lost totally, by Easter time.
The source disclosed that, using Kwabena Bomfeh (a.k.a. Kabila) of the Convention People’s Party (CPP) who has been with the NPP, Abu Ramadan of the People’s National Convention (PNC), but who also campaigned for the NPP because of his son in-law, Bawumia ,and Atik Mohammed, is to create the impression that the other smaller parties support the group.
He dropped a bombshell that given the threat for people to throw bombs and vandalize people’s properties at the group’s inaugural rally at Dome-Kwabenya, many people have run to tell some of them that they will not attend the movement’s next rally.
Meanwhile, The Informer has intercepted the group’s Plan of Action, and will be revealing the details later. However, the document indicates that the “serial loser” Mr. Williams Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo had donated GH¢1,000.00 as seed money, in support of the group’s activities, and has pledged more.