Dr. Mustapha Hamid lacks credibility – Akyem NPP “Agyapadie” Book says

Dr. Mustapha Hamid, the Minister for Zongo and Inner City Development, is described as a person who lacks credibility in the Akyem NPP “AGYAPADIE Secret Book” .

The “AGAPADIE Book” that has being unearthed and kept in the public domain by investigative journalist Korsi Senyo detailed all the aims and ambitions of the NPP Akyem and how they can execute their plans perfectly to takeover the whole country.

In the 38 page book titled “AGYAPADIE” (inheritance) has revealed that the minister is suffering credibility and loyalty crises.The Book surprisingly added that unlike Kojo Oppong Nkurumah, the Minister for Zongo is one that cannot be trusted at crucial times as he dipped his hand into the party’s coffers when they were in opposition and were suffocating of inadequate funds.

In the Book it is state categorically that “we cannot vouch for the credibility and loyalty of Dr. Mustapha Hamid, at crucial times. He, Mustapha, was the longest serving spokesperson of Nana but we were shocked when Nana caught him stealing campaign cash in such critical opposition era where we were suffocating from inadequate resources to prosecute the campaign”.

However, the Book further revealed why Kojo Oppong Nkurumah then Deputy Minister of Information was promoted to the office of a substantive Information Minister. It stated ” we envisage that the role of Kojo Oppong Nkurumah (KON) would continue to be crucial in our quest to dominate the Ghanaian media landscape. He was super when planted around some big weights of the erstwhile Mills-Mahama government. While at Joy FM, his secret recordings from the then ruling government illuminated our discussions and greatly influenced our strategy, which culminated in the landslide victory of 2016″.Hence “No wonder that Gabby made every effort for the young man to be promoted to the office of a substantive Information Minister “.

Stephen Ansah

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