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Serwaa Broni's Allegations: Humbly Drop Every Serwaa Broni's Allegations: Humbly Drop Every Information Now - Canadian High Commission Told.

The Canadian High Commission to Ghana has been told to humbly drop every information regarding Serwaa Broni's countless allegations against President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo Addo.

According to the petitioners, information given by the Canadian High Commission will give weight to their impeachment process against the President through the Parliament.

The three Ghanaian citizens who petitioned the Canadian High commission are Issifu Seidu Kudus Gbeadese, Elikem Kotoko and one Stephen Kwabena Attuh.

According to the three petitioners, they don't have any intention of driving Canada as a country into the political arguments of Ghana. However, Serwaa Broni has constantly positioned that she is a citizen of Ghana.

Again, when she was allegedly attacked by some National Security officials from the Flagstaff House, she informed the Canadian High Commission for protection as their citizen. She reportedly shared some evidences with the then Commissioner.

" Information provided by your office will help us gather enough evidence to continue with the impeachment process initiated" Portions of their letter summarised.

These three are the same people who have petitioned the speaker of Parliament Right Honorable Alban Sumana Kingsford Bagbin to table a motion to process the impeachment of Akufo-Addo in relation to Serwaa Broni's baseless allegations.

Many Ghanaians are asking that, if the three young men don't have any evidence in relation to the matter, why rush to the Parliament ? Imagine that you're now begging for evidence from Canadian High Commission. Anyway, politicians will do anything to gain cheap popularity overnight just to please their supporters.

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