Fadi Dabbousi, a well-known member of the ruling New Patriotic Party(NPP) has revealed that the trending video of National Security Minister, Albert Kan Dapaah in a romantic conversation, is part of a grand scheme to soil the good reputation of the Presidency currently headed by Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, declaring that the plans by these “backstabbers” will not work.
“Let me state that there has been a consistent effort to denigrate the office of the President by setting up government officials in such lewd videos, this one being the mildest so far. The motive of those behind this disgraceful effort to mar the reputation of the Presidency is in twofold: a) to have the target person sacked in order to have that position, and/or b) to use the video to demand ransom. Little did the prostitute know that she was being used as bait for a grander scheme” Mr Dabboussi alleged in an article.
He added that many high profile people have had to pay a ransom in order not to have their videos released, insisting that the practice has always been present in Ghana’s politics and calls for the sacking of Kan Dapaah are misplaced.
Many high profile people have fallen for such ploys, and have saved their skin by paying to have the video set aside, albeit each time the assailant is broke, the video is used as a trump card to extort money
So long as the act is not done in an office of government, it is perfectly ok. Those who live in glass houses must not throw stones. 99% of men in Ghana have concubines and girlfriends that they care for much better than their own wives. So let us not begin to call for anyone’s head because those very people crying foul are culprits anyway,” he insisted.
“No matter what they do, these backstabbers will never be able to soil the Presidency or retard the progress of the President in making Ghana Great,” he concluded.
Mr Kan Dapaah is in the news over the leaking of a video conversation with a lady in which he is heard making salacious and amorous remarks.
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