The New Patriotic Party’s Vice Presidential Candidate, Mahamadu Bawumia, suddenly turned himself into a police investigator, when he announced the circumstances leading to the mysterious death of his Special Aide, Kwabena Boadu, just minutes after his lifeless body was found in his hotel room in Wa last Thursday.

I must put this on record: It is the sole responsibility of the police to go to crime scenes, take samples, investigates, comments or speculates on the possible cause or causes of a crime. It is never the responsibility of families, employees or friends who go to crime scenes and inform the public on what they think might have happened. You only have to be Mahamadu Bawumia, the guy who knows it all, to issue a statement to tell the public what caused the death of his special aide.

Already rumours are rife as to what might have caused the death of Kwabena Boadu. And strangely enough the Ghana Police is yet to officially comment on what might have taken the life of Kwabena Boadu.

Mahamadu Bawumia reported to the world that his Special Aide, Kwabena Boadu, died from electrocution in his hotel room. There has so far not been any official confirmation from the police on what might have caused his death.

According to Lying Bawumia, his aide died when he was electrocuted by a faulty water heater when he was having his shower. But when the body of Kwabena Boadu was found, he was in dry jeans and sneakers.

How can somebody who was electrocuted when he was having his shower be found in dry jeans and sneakers? Was Kwabena Boadu taking his shower in jeans and sneakers and got electrocuted? When Kwabena Boadu was found dead, how did Bawumia determine, that Boadu was taking his shower and got electrocuted?

Information running wild from multiple sources has it that Kwabena Boadu was possibly murdered because he knew too much. And Nana Akufo-Addo feared that Kwabena Boadu might leak some information to blow the cover of some of his nefarious activities hence his elimination.

It is alleged that Kwabena Boadu visited a certain shrine with Bawumia and Nana Akufo-Addo in a certain region I would not name now. At that shrine, Nana Akufo-Addo was told that to win the 2016 Presidential Election, he has to sacrifice the life of somebody closest to him. Possible names were floated and the name of Nana Akufo-Addo’s wife, Rebecca kept popping up.

My investigations have revealed that Kwabena Boadu became fearful for the life of Rebecca Akufo-Addo and expressed his sentiments to Bawumia who strongly warned him to keep mute about everything. I am told Kwabena Boadu could not sleep on this and revealed to somebody closest to him that he would try and find a way to warn Rebecca Akufo-Addo about the issue.

That was the biggest mistake Kwabena Boadu made! Because immediately he revealed his intentions to his closest pal he leaked that information to Bawumia who in turn informed Akufo-Addo about it.

Kwabena Boadu was then marked for elimination! Look at the strange way he died. And look at the bogus information floated by Bawumia concerning his death. Why are the police tight-lipped about what might have caused his death? And why is there no official statement from the police so far?

Kwabena Boadu met his untimely death when he leaked his intention of alerting Rebecca Akufo-Addo on her possible sacrifice to the wrong person. The nice things that Bawumia and his lousy second wife, Samira are saying about Kwabena Boadu after his painful death is just something to throw dust into the eyes of the public.

Ghanaians need to know who killed Kwabena Boadu and why? The Ghana Police must never cede its responsibility to Bawumia by allowing him to tell Ghanaians what might have killed Kwabena Boadu. In their zeal to capture power at all cost, the NPP is moving everything under the sun to win power rain or shine.

Are Ghanaians aware that Rev Isaac Owusu Bempah has informed Nana Akufo-Addo to immediately visit every region that President Mahama visits. Just look at Nana Akufo-Addo’s schedule and you will know what’s exactly going on.

God be with us all!

By Nana Akua Tweneboah-Koduah



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