The former Parliamentary candidate for the Kpone Katamanso constituency, Hopeson Adorye has done the unexpected as he stormed the burial grounds of the Late Former President, John Evans Atta Mills. All of a sudden, members of the ruling New Patriotic Party, who obviously must have no interest in the internal affairs of the NDC, have grown some deep interest in the death and aftermath of the Late President.
It started with the Majority Chief Whip, Frank Annoh Dompreh, leading a group of NPP MPs to file a motion where they probe the death of the Former President, John Evans Atta Mills. Now, they have shifted their energy into investing in the burial ground and resting place of the former President.
Hopeson Adorye, for unknown reasons, went to that place and this is what he said about the place.
"Asomdwe Park is almost ready for Sunday. Koku Anyidoho has done well. We are calling on the security agencies to ensure peace and order at this place. If the NDC wants to hold a program here, they must do it very early"
He later shared some photos.
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