The out-going NDC Member of Parliament for Adenta, Kojo Adu Asare has advised President John Mahama to heed the warning issued by business man Alfred Woyome in order to avoid any situation which might tarnish the image of his government.
Woyome in an interaction with the media last week called on the President to avoid appointing persons within government who are directly or` remotely connected to the case involving the judgment debt paid him.
Speaking on Citi FM’s
news analysis programme, The Big Issue,
Adu Asare stated that Mr.
Woyome could be speaking from a privileged position and must therefore be taken seriously.
He said: “When the embarrassment comes up, it will hit the President; I am sure that is the essence of what he is trying to say.
From where this case is veering towards, it is likely names are going to pop up and some of these names are the names that have been going round probably looking for one position or the other in the next administration so just beware.”
He stated that the embattled business man’s caution to the President is understandable and a “very good admonishment” because the case which is currently in court is a sensitive issue so “he who has an ear, should listen to what the spirit is saying.”
The outgoing MP further opined that “maybe there are issues that are likely to boomerang in this whole case so the President should be careful.
I will accept that as a good admonishment.”