A relative recently NDC female dissident who was frightfully killed in 2018 and her body dumped at Lakeside Estate, a suburb of Accra, has discredited cases by vociferous MP Kennedy Agyapong that the executing was planned by Prophet Nigel Gaisie.
In a Facebook post located by The BBC Ghana, Mr Abraham Ferguson, who happens to be a relative of the late Morris – whose 41st birthday is June 17 – ripped into the New Patriotic Party (NPP) MP for what he depicted as "created and manufactured falsehoods".
He denied claims that Morris had three children in Germany, including she never had a kid and has never likewise ventured out to the European nation. Likewise, he noticed that the perished was never an individual from Nigel Gaisie's congregation and the presume who killed her has been captured and is now on remand.
"I was stunned when I heard Kennedy Agyapong creating and manufacturing unadulterated lies about Wendy Fynn Morris' demise."
So now the question is which of these people is right?
Is it Hon. Kennedy Ohene Agyapong or this relative of the dead lady Morris?
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