New Patriotic Party (NPP) firebrand Kennedy Akyapong has charged ‘fake’ Daniel Asiedu to get ready to face the law for accusing him of been behind the death of the late JB Danquah Adu, former Member of Parliament (MP) of Abuakwa North Constituency.
According to him, there is a deliberate attempt by the
opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) to silence him just to win the
upcoming elections as the video of the suspect confessing how he carried out
the murder proves the NDC is behind it.
“Wherever you are, you will go to jail. You accused me of murder because Kennedy
Agyapong is loud so when you silence him you will win the elections, you are
joking. When you are arrested the whole world will watch you, then we will see
those who couched you to make such fabrication if they will defend you.” He
His comment comes after one ‘fake’ Daniel Asiedu accused him
of being behind the murder of the late JB Danquah in a viral video on social
Speaking in an interview on NET2 TV monitored by MyNewsGh.com, the maverick Member of Parliament for Assin Central said the video was released to silence him and is a clear indication that the NDC is behind it as Mahama’s name, others were mentioned in the video.
He said “…whether NDC or whoever made it, the person has
been put to shame. First of all, my investigations shows that you cannot even
enter prison to mount a camera and record. Compare the pictures and see if that
is the same Daniel Asiedu. Whoever coached him was so stupid.”
“…The boy to
apologizing to Mahama and NDC means the NDC is involved in the murder of the
late MP” he added
He also called on Kan Dapaah, BNI to investigate the matter
by arresting all the people whose names have been mentioned in the fake Daniel
J B Danquah, 51, was murdered at his Shiashie residence on
Tuesday, February 9, 2016, by persons yet to be identified by the police.
The then opposition NPP MP died of multiple stab wounds on
Tuesday dawn by an unknown assailants stormed his residence at Shiashie and
killed the politician.
So far, two suspects, Daniel Asiedu and Vincent Bosso have
been arrested and are currently facing trials at the Accra High court.