The chairman of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) constituency for Nhyieaso, Ernest Afayam, has criticized Rev. Victor Kusi Boateng’s comments to the National Cathedral board of trustees as being inadequate.
As a result of Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa’s concerns about conflicts of interest and identity fraud not being addressed, according to the NDC leader, “the man of God” has rather perplexed people.
In light of this, Mr. Ernest Afayam iterated saying:
“Rev Kusi Boateng is a respected man of God not only in Kumasi but the whole of Ghana and his responses to the serious allegations leveled against him were empty and weak.
He needs to come again” “You see, I will really be surprised if these allegations are true because I don’t see him do that.
But I can say, the issues that have been raised by Ablakwa and the evidence so far look very solid. How can one man have a biometric passport with two different names, at this age and time?”, he asked. Additionally, Chairman Afayam was curious as to what made Kusi Boateng eligible for a diplomatic passport.
“So can anyone at all have a Ghanaian diplomatic passport? he questioned.
What at all does he do to warrant such and be traveling with both passports without any questions?
We are waiting for his supposed public engagement so we understand the issues properly but for now, I am unimpressed with his reactions to all of these allegations”, he added.
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