Constitutency Organiser 'Curses The Choppers Of The Woyome Monies'

The Bibiani-Anhwiaso-Bekwai Constituency Organizer, Ben Ali Seaman has pronounced a curse on President Atta Mills and other NDC functionaries after giving them two 2 weeks to declare themselves innocent on the payment of the GH¢58 million judgement debt to Alfred Agbesi Woyomi which was published in the daily searchlight on 18/01/12. Buttressing his point, Ben Ali Seaman alleged that president John Evans Atta Mills got 30% of the amount, vice president John Dramani Mahama and NDC also got 15% and 25% respectively. Also the NDC 20 million dollar office at Adabraka was built with the same amount. He says since Alfred Agbesi Woyomi is a financier of NDC, He was given the money which will be given back to run their campaign in the coming general elections. He continued that the said amount can be used to construct roads - such as the Sefwi Asawinso - Osei Kojokeom road, Sefwi Wiawso - Akontomra road and the western corridor road. He says Ghanaians voted for NDC to bring good things which will be beneficial to the people but not to steal and misuse the nations monies. He added that Ghanaian youth are suffering because of unemployment, teachers are crying and farmers are also dying because of hardwork but the NDC government has turned its back on them. On Sunday, 22nd January 2012, the constituency organizer, Ben Ali Seaman went to river Ankobra with a bottle of Schnapps, 3 eggs and a calabash and pronounced a curse on the President (if only he has a hand in it) and anyone who has a hand in the GH¢58 million judgement debt paid to Alfred Agbesi Woyome. He called Antoa river God, Tano river God, Ankobra river god and river subre god to infect anyone with a stroke having a hand in the said amount. He says the rest of the curse will be done at the forest where he will meet the king of Dwarfs to command thunder to destroy any building which was built with the said amount paid to Woyomi. He says he will spent two 2 weeks in the forest which he thinks will let justice prevail.