�You�ll Vomit The Monies And If You Happen To Die, We�ll Exhume Your Body...And Jail Your Dead Bones - Ken Tells Woyome

Though life teaches everyone that death is the permanent termination of the biological functions that sustain a living organism, and a time to find eternal rest and peace, a different message has been sent to former Deputy Consul of Austria, Alfred Agbesi Woyome. The beleaguered NDC guru has been notified not to expect any serenity even in demise. The forewarning was issued by the Member of Parliament for Assin North, Hon. Kennedy Agyapong, who has vowed on numerous occasions to expose Alfred Woyome, and was the first NPP MPs to ask questions about the controversial judgment debt of GhC42 million paid to Woyome. "Alfred Woyome has caused this country 1.3 trillion cedis which needs to be retrieved at all cost," Kennedy Agyapong claims. Sickened by the doling out of such a huge amount of state money to the NDC businessman, the NPP MP swore on his life that even if Alfred Woyome dies, he (Agyapong) would ensure that Mr. Woyome�s corpse is exhumed and tried in court. "I have already told you that Woyome would go to jail. No matter the outcome, if it even takes hundred years, he will still go to jail. Even if it happens that he is found dead, we will unearth his remains, bring out his bones...take it court, prosecute it and jail his bones. He has defrauded the nation and so splashes the monies affluently claiming that he is a bank roller. Woyome and his lawyers, together with the Attorney General, will all go to jail�I Kennedy Agyapong, the Member of Parliament for Assin North, was the person of discover Woyome's evil deeds and it wasn't the duty of the NPP to make me bring it out. I want ex-president Kufour and his Chief of Staff to also go to court to assist in unearthing the truth�Woyome will vomit the monies," he vowed. Speaking to Net2 TV and other media platforms in an interview, the outspoken Assin North MP opined that if President Mills really wants to get to the bottom of the matter, then it would be prudent if he asks the Attorney-General's Department to step aside since he believes they have been �compromised".