The Nzemaland Development Association is calling on President Nana Akufo-Addo and the so-called ‘Akyem Mafia’ at the presidency to reinstate the sacked Managing Director of the Bulk Oil Storage and Transportation Company Ltd (BOST), Alfred Obeng.
The Director of the group, Ama Nyokopa, says the president and the NPP will face a very tough time in the Western Region if they do not reinstate the man who doled out “ GHC7 million to support the party in the 2016 election.”
Mr. Alfred Obeng and other CEOs of four state institutions were sacked last Wednesday via letters signed by the Executive Secretary to the President, Nana Asante Bediatuo. No reasons were given for their dismissal, but the numerous scandals that have rocked BOST in recent times could be responsible for Mr. Obeng’s sacking.
However, speaking with Ekourba Gyasi on Atinka AM Drive Monday, Madam Nyokopa, dismissed the claims, saying a committee set up by the government to investigate the so-called scandals, cleared her kinsman.
“If he was cleared by the committee several months ago, why are they sacking him now?” she angrily quizzed.
According to her, Obeng’s dismissal was instigated by Gaby Otchere-Darko, Nephew to the president and the so-called Akeym Mafia.
She, therefore, called on the president to reinstate the sacked MD to avoid “humiliation and alienation” in the Western Region.
The Nzemaland Director rallied all top government officials in the Western Region including Joe Ghartey, Catherine Afeku to rise up and support her call warning, “You could be next, so speak up now.”
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