The man known for his critiques against MUSIGA president Bice Osei Kuffuor aka Obour has dropped another bombshell which has the power to blow up the current Musiga administration if care and the truth is not brought out immediately. Last Saturday on Klassik Entertainment on Hot 93.9 fm hosted by Nana Yaw Darko, Mr George Dickson disclosed that a secret meeting had been held by some MUSIGA executives in Kaakyire Kwame Appiah`s house which was intended to “unseat” Obour from his presidential throne.
Panel members in the studio were surprised and dumbfounded by that revelation but the man kept on with his delivery adding that the meeting was not the first of its kind at that time. “There have been series of meetings at different places by some selected executives of MUSIGA but I remember that one which was held in Kaakyire Kwame Appiah`s house was to push Obour out of power. I would not want to mention their names because I will do that at the right time and not now” Mr. George Dickson added.
Meanwhile, Flex newspaper reporters have listened to a recorded conversation between Kaakyire Kwame Appiah and Klassik Entertainment host Nana Yaw Darko where Kaakyire was on record to have stated that he knows not the meeting Mr Dickson is talking about. From the tape: “ I remember they came to me one day that they would want to have a discussion with me on their problems with the aftermath of Ghana Music week. Do I even have time to think about pushing Obour out of power when I stay out of the country than usual. I wish you had called me to come to the studio when you were discussing this story. I would have told him just one thing and he would not like it at all. What is the meaning of what he is saying over there. I will be going to America and I promise to deal with this issue when I come back from the trip” he told the Hot fm presenter.
Mr Kaakyire Kwame Appiah has promised to speak to some media people upon arrival in the United States so he can respond to the various allegations being spread by Mr George Dickson. Keep reading Flex newspaper for more.
Samuel A. Baah