'Leave Sir John's Ghost To Rest; Chase Wontumi' -- SP Told

The Special Prosecutor (SP), Kissi Agyebeng has received admonition to take interest in investigating New Patriotic Party (NPP) Ashanti Regional Chairman, Bernard Antwi Bosaiko popularly known as Wontumi, accused of buying votes in the party's just ended Regional Executive election instead.

'Leave Sir John's Ghost To Rest; Chase Wontumi' -- SP Told

According to National Democratic Congress(NDC)'s Communication team member, Sirr Abdullah, for the SP, Mr. Kissi Agyaben to freeze properties of the late Forestry Commission CEO, Kwadwo Owusu Afriyie  [Sir John] while allegation against some NPP Executives has been left unattended to is much to desire. 

The outspoken NDC communicator on the Eboboba show hosted by Kwaku Kyerematen Nkansah [KK] every weekday on Fox FM vowed to drum the allegation l against Chairman Wontumi till the Office of the Special Prosecutor takes up.

'I'm calling on the Special Prosecutor to take much interest in this. I've seen that he is chasing Sir John who is a ghost now. He should leave him to rest. When someone dies, we don't speak ill about the person. He should come and investigate those who went election and took bullion van full of monies and share it with NPP delegates.

'...Where did that person get the money from? ...This is what the Special Prosecutor should take interest in. Adding: ' I wasn't there but this was said by an NPP member'.

Sir Abdullalah also took swipe at attacking the mindset of NPP delegates who allegedly received bribes from aspirants to influence their voting pattern.

'I never knew NPP delegates have a weak mindset. ...I never knew their mind can be bought', Sirr Abdullah stated.