Voice messages and direct reports from insiders indicate clearly that Eric Essuah is the brain behind the police case against the Regional Communications Officer. The reasons behind this diabolic move is unclear but Mr. Eric Essuah has spoken to the concerned party and given them inducement to put Kwesi Dawood behind bars at all costs.
He has even taken the surprising step of threatening the police to ginger them into putting comrade KD into jail.
The latest twist from Essuah is the use of the Regional Executives into suspending comrade Dawood and to effectively put him on trial by public opinion
If this Region would be run on these score settling agenda, I am sorry to say that our chances of winning the region is slim.
Somebody should bring Eric Essuah to order quickly. An attack of this nature on a comrade could derail the party's agenda for 2024.
Such an action looks unfortunate and impalpable and as such could shockingly affect the party at the long run.
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