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Atta Mills' Death And Plot Of Kiling NPP Executives; Mahama Drags NPP's Abronye To Police CID

President John Dramani Mahama through Lawyer Tony Lithur of Lithur Brew company has officially written to the Police Director General of the Criminal Investigation Department of the Ghana Police Service to invite and investigate the Bono Regional Chairman of the NPP Kwame Baffle popularly known as Abronye DC over what the former President claims as a false publication against his personality which could create unrest in the country.

Signed by Tony Lithur ,and acting upon the actions and words of the former President. The allegation of the NDC organising assailants claded in NPP T shirts with the sole aim of killing only NPP executives including Kwame Baffle is false and must be disregarded.

Again, on the death of Ata Mills which Abronye claimed in the video that it was orchestrated by the former president, President Mahama had this to say to the Police CID " Regarding the irreverent and despicable allegation that he (John Mahama) killed the late President John Evans Ata Mills, he (mahama)will not dignify it with any answer except to say that the allegation could only come from an unhinged mind" Portions of the letter read.

The letter further accused the loud mouthed Bono Chairman for being a consistent accuser peddling lies and fake information that mostly pitch the two main political parties at each other. This he claims does not foster peace and the accused needs to be invited, investigated and cautioned.

According to the letter Abronye has breached section 208 of the criminal offence act 1960 Act 29 which makes clarification on publication of false news.

Tony Lithur urged the Police CID to contact him for further information or materials from him or President Mahama in order to help the smooth work of the CID against Abronye DC.

Below is a copy of the letter to the Police CID as Posted by Yayra Koku on Facebook.

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