– The National Organizer of the NDC says his party has been vindicated on the murder of the late Abuakwa North MP
– Kofi Adams believes the ruling New Patriotic Party (NPP) is behind the murder of the late J.B Danquah Adu
Some members of the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC), appear to be excited about the latest twist to the murder case of the late Abuakwa North MP, J.B Danquah Adu.
According to the National Organizer of the NDC, Kofi Adams, his party has been vindicated on a confession made by one of the suspects standing court trial.
The late Abuakwa MP, who was killed in his East Legon home on Wednesday, June 20, 2016 got many Ghanaians terrified.
J.B Danquah’s murder: ‘NDC has been vindicated’ – Kofi Adams
Kofi Adams, Top NDC member (Photo credit: Adomonline.com)
However, a section of the public accused some members of the then NDC government of being behind the gruesome murder.
But one of the suspects, Daniel Asiedu, who is standing trial for the murder of the late J.B. Danquah Adu, has ‘confessed’ that he was contracted by some persons within the ruling New Patriotic Party (NPP) to kill the MP.
The suspect who appeared in court recently told the presiding judge, Arit Nsemoh that, he would name his contractor, since he was not given what he was promised before executing the plot.
Daniel Asiedu in his ‘confession’ said that he has not heard anything from his clients apart from only one of them who visited him once after his arrest.
However, reacting to the court revelation, Kofi Adams told host of the Radio XYZ that a Kumasi-based pastor had earlier revealed that the MP was murdered for “rituals by NPP for them to win power,” stressing that the suspect’s “confession” has vindicated the NDC.
“I have no doubt that this guy is telling the truth…this confession brings to fall matters that many persons have been talking about on this murder,” he added.
Kofi Adams revealed that the NDC will soon come out officially on the matter after broader consultations.
Mr Adams further cautioned the NPP “not to come up with stories” in quest to cover the substance of the revelations made in the court.
He also added that Ghanaians will not admit any news that the suspect has died or is not normal, and also pleaded with the prison authorities to give their greatest protection to the suspect.