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Jean Mensa, Two Others Likely To Be Killed Ahead Of December Polls – Kennedy Agyapong



Member of Parliament for Assin Central, Kennedy Agyapong has alleged the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) have launched a grand scheme to murder some key personalities ahead of the December elections.

According to him, the NDC held a secret meeting where they admitted the voters registration exercise did not go in their favour therefore they have to find various mischievous ways to intimidate the New Patriotic Party (NPP), particularly, their stronghold Ashanti Region in order to win power in December.

Speaking on Net2 TV he said, “August 13, 2020 NDC had a meeting and the decision was that the registration didn’t go well for them so between October and November, they have to create insecurity in this country. They want to put fear in the NPP so that they will minimize the votes in the Ashanti Region. They are going to use diabolic means to cause disturbances in the country.”

He further listed three public personalities who are likely to be victims of the alleged NDC’s grand scheme.

There will be assassination attempts on Jean Mensa, the chairperson of the Electoral Commission, Bono Regional Chairman of the NPP, Abronye DC and himself Kennedy Agyapong.

He explained;  “they will use a Sprinter bus to push Abronye off the road and if they realize he is not dead, they will finish him off. Me too, they will kill me. Jean Mensa will also be murdered. They claim they have experts at the EC head office and they will do bad things to win the election.”


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