Her pictures went viral. Many people especially in the opposition National Democratic Congress and the Minority in Parliament accused her of impersonation. The heat was and pressure was so intense that nothing seemed to convince the minority in Parliament.
Her name is Afia Akoto. Finally, this woman has spoken her last words regarding the viral accusation against her. According to her, her gospel version of truth in the matter is that she is innocent. She expressed total shock at the wild allegation thrown at her especially by Accra FM. Accra based radio station Accra FM had posted series of what they call evidence. However, Afia had this Truthful Message for them.
"I still can't believe a radio station will put this on their website without verification, just to get people to believe these lies of impersonation really took place . Look, let us not create problems where there is non . Accra fm this is a no no no . Stop creating unnecessary content just for hype by putting an innocent person's life at risk . This is a criminal offence you've leveled against me . The stakes are high currently , So be careful" She warned after stating the truth that she never
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