The National Democratic Congress Communications team member in the Ashanti region, Gabriel Agah has been invited by the Criminal Investigation Department (CID) of the Ghana Police Service in the region over his alleged death threats against the flag bearer of party, John Dramani Mahama.
According to the CID, it was probing the case in which Gabriel Agah is alleged to have threatened to behead the ex-President, John Mahama, should he allow the Electoral Commission to compile a new voter’s register for the 2020 general elections, beside, he predicted boldly amid swearing that there was no way Ghana would not experience a civil war this year.
Gabriel Agah is believed to have made the statement on a private local language radio station by name Oyerepa (Good Wife) FM based in Kumasi Ashanti region on May 30, when national issues were being discussed, including the EC’s plans to compile a new biometric voters’ register for the December 2020 general election.
He is alleged to have said that, the registration will not come on.
“Wallaahi! It will never happen in this country. If the NPP and Nana Akufo-Addo think they have balls, let them begin the voters’ registration.”….his exact words in twi language translated into English.
“We will show them that Ghana does not belong to them. Why? What has happened in Ghana? What extraordinary thing has Akufo-Addo done for Ghana that he wants to, at all costs, ascend the presidential seat again? Wallaahi! Allah! It will not happen today or tomorrow,” he further declared
In a reaction to his alleged utterances, the CID in a statement dated June 25, 2020, is asking the Ashanti Regional Chairman of the NDC, Augustus Nana Kwasi Andrews, “to cause the said Gabriel Agah to report to ACP/Mr Felix Kwasi Cosmos, the Ashanti Regional Crime Officer on Tuesday 30th June, 2020 at 10am to assist in the investigations.”.
In a letter sighted by TalksAfrica.com Political Desk, Gabriel Agah has been invited by the CID in the region to assist in investigation ongoing.
Below is the letter
By Iddrisu Muftaw | Political desk | TalksAfrica.com