Kennedy Agyapong Drops Bombshell
The son of Mr. William Kofi Aboah, former Interior Minister under the late President John Atta Mills’ administration, has been contracted by the Electoral Commission (EC) to collate the presidential results of this year’s elections at the newly created National Collation Centre at the EC’s headquarters.
Charles Aboah, who is an IT expert and CEO of London-based Creative IT firm, was allegedly contracted by the EC, in connivance with the governing National Democratic Congress (NDC), purposely to use his in-depth knowledge in ICT to manipulate the presidential results in favour of President John Dramani Mahama.
The New Patriotic Party (NPP) Member of Parliament (MP) for Assin Central Constituency in the Central Region, Kennedy Agyapong, made these claims on “Boiling Point” Oman FM’s political analysis programme on Tuesday.
“The flag-bearer of the NPP, Nana Akufo-Addo, lost the 2012 elections, which was challenged at the Supreme Court, because of the role Charles Aboah played during the transmission of the results,” he said.
“He was the same person who was behind the manipulation of the 2012 presidential results at the Superlock Technology Limited (STL) that led to the defeat of Nana Addo,” he added.
“That guy is very diabolical,” Kennedy Agyapong stated.
Akompreko, as he is affectionately called, cautioned chairperson of the EC Madam Charlotte Osei to shelve any plan to rig the elections in favour of the NDC and President Mahama, saying it would be resisted.
He charged all the opposition parties to put adequate measures in place to counter moves by the NDC and EC to rig the elections.
“All the political parties should rise up because Madam Charlotte Osei and her deputies have made up their mind not to organize free and fair elections,” he stated.
He further urged all the opposition political parties to be vigilant.
In a related development, veteran journalist Mr. Osbert Lartey has also claimed that about four IT experts from USA arrived in the country few days ago on the invitation of one of the political parties ahead of the December 7 polls.
He would not immediately mention the name of the political party, but said he was monitoring their movement and would put their details out as soon as he conclude investigations on them.
Story By: Michael Creg Afful