Former Communication member for the National Democratic Congress ( NDC ) Allotey Jacobs has finally met the Former President of Ghana, His Excellency John Agyekum Kufuor. Over some weeks ago Allotey Jacobs made it clear on Radio that, he wants to meet J.A Kufuor and apologize to him over some lies he leveled against him when he was in Power as president. According to Allotey Jacobs, he made those statements just to score political points for his former party NDC, but today he has realized his mistake and pleads for forgiveness from the John Agyekum Kufuor.
Weeks after making this revelation, Allotey Jacobs has finally met Kufuor at his house and Apologized to him. Pictures from their meeting confirms Allotey Jacobs is now okay and happy as he stated that, that is what will make his heart be at peace. Some social commentators are of the view that, it is as result of the NDC sacking Allotey Jacobs from the party that has got him doing all this.
SOURCE : Peace fm.
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