Loudmouthed Kwame Baffoe Abronye seems going soft on his case with former President John Dramani Mahama. Abronye was officially billed to meet the Police CID yesterday but. swerved the invite yesterday.
Although he honored the invite today, he seems to be going soft. Considering the noise made during and after filing of his counter case against the former leader.
Speaking to OB on Asempa FM, He was asked whether he will push heavily for President Mahama to be invited soon just as he has been served ? The answer given by Kwame Baffoe was unusual of him.
" I've submitted my case and I can't force the CID to invite Mahama because I have been invited " He replied.
Now let's digest his answer. Does it mean that if the CID will take 50 years to invite Mahama in relation to the case,He Abronye will remain silent? Considering how loud he has remained in issues like this?
His answer shouldn't surprise you if you hear in the News tomorrow that Abronye has discontinued his case against the former leader.
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