Police CID Has A Docket On Alleged Attack On Serwaa Broni – Adam Bona
A security analyst Adam Bona has revealed his checks at the Police CID and confirms that there is a docket on the alleged attacks by some national security operatives on Serwaa Broni, the woman who claims to have had an affair with President Akufo-Addo.
According to him, the docket was inherited by the current CID boss Ken Yeboah when he took over the office.
“I have checked and I’m reliably informed that there’s a docket on Serwaa Broni at the Police headquarters. The current CID boss ken Yeboah inherited the docket on the alleged attack. My expectation is by now he would have spoken to the issue of criminality especially as the President’s name is mentioned,” he told Francis Abban on the Morning Starr Wednesday.
He noted the national security minister should have addressed the issue by now since the President, who has been accused, is the head of the national security council.
“I think by now the National security should be addressing this matter. The President is the chairman of the national security council and his name is being mentioned and no statement is being issued. The national security should have spoken to it long ago”.
Meanwhile, the Minority in Parliament has waded into the claims of abuse of power following allegations of Serwaa Broni.
Among other allegations, the woman claims the government sponsored an attack on her to silence her from making public her relationship with the President.
In an interview with popular social media activist, Kevin Taylor, Serwaa Broni showed alleged text messages between her and the President.
In a statement on the development, Minority Haruna Iddrisu said “The NDC Caucus in Parliament has become aware of very scandalous allegations contained in an interview granted Mr. Ekow Kevin Taylor by Madam Evelyn Serwaa Broni on Easter Sunday the 17th of April, 2022. These allegations, if proven to be true, raise grave charges of abuse of office, human rights violations, and conduct which bring the high office of the President of Ghana into disrepute.
“The NDC Caucus has consequently requested and obtained a copy of the full interview in issue for further study, transcription, and legal analysis. The caucus will very soon convey to Ghanaians the actions to be taken on the basis of the outcome of the ongoing legal analysis of the matter”.