The Director of Communications of the Progressive Peoples' Party (PPP), Felix Mantey has said that recent attacks at the Party's founder Dr. Papa Kwesi Nduom are politically motivated to bring him down.
This was made known in a 2-page letter he drafted to address the ongoing issues of money laundering and law suits against Dr. Nduom.
According to him, during the financial sector clean up, the bank that belonged to Dr. Nduom was closed down.
A few days ago, some businesses of the PPP founder has been accused of money laundering in the United States of America.
This, the Group Nduom have openly declared that these claims are baseless and a plot to denigrate its hard earned status in the business sector and they are praying for the court to rulw in their favor.
Mr. Mantey concluded in his letter that "the most important solution is for the Bank of Ghana to validate claims of its indebtedness to these financial institutions (that belongs to their founder) even if those debts are indirectly owed to these firms, as lawyers of the Bank of Ghana had been arguing in court".
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