Today, a former aide to John Dramani Mahama Stan Dogbe made a stunning revelation on his official Facebook page. He revealed that some individuals who he alleged have been sponsored by the state may be targeting his phone in order to manipulate it and perhaps gain personal information.
Actually, his source of this allegation was a message from Apple. It was a threat notification to warn him that some people are trying to manipulate his phone maybe because of his personality. The message revealed that with what these people are intending to do, they may be able to access or intrude in his private calls and cameras. The message stated emphatically that it might be a false alarm. However, they warned him to take personal precautions.
Many Ghanaians expressed surprise at the turn of events. Some believed that because Stan Dogbe was one of the close people to Mahama, the NPP want to hack into Stan Dogbe's phone so that they can have access to all the information of John Mahama
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