5 Weed Plants Found Growing At Akufo Addo’s Nima Residence | Nana Says John Mahama Planted Them
The political atmosphere in Ghana has become extensively hostile in the last few months—with the opposition party (NPP) recently accusing the incumbent government of sponsoring men in military uniforms to raid their headquarters.
The NPP has on numerous occasions also accused the Mahama-led NDC government for paying journalists to write all manner rubbish about them—including, publications that they’ve suspended their national chairman-Paul Afoko, when in fact he is only on a paternity leave.
The NDC on the other hand consistently throw jabs at the NPP—with the president cunningly and mischievously even asking at a recent rally if the NPP has a leader; the origin of the popular ‘Opana’ word.
Earlier today, ScrewLife.Com’s police source told us that, 5 plants of flourishing weed were found growing at the backyard of Nana Akufo Addo, NPP’s flagbearer’s Nima residence when the police decided to act on an autonomous tip off—and that the voice sounded like that like that of Alan Kyerematen.
According to the police source, leaves on several of the plants had already been ripped off, leaving 5 as the only ones standing on touched.
Apparently, when the police questioned Nana Addo about how the plants got to his backyard, he swore by Antoa, the same god which was recently reported stolen by the chief priest—that, he does not know what plant that is; talk alone of how it got to his backyard.
However, he recalled that President Dramani Mahama spent about 15 minutes at his back yard, the same area the plants were found the last time he came over for dinner.
Nana Addo said “the Bole man must have planted it there—maybe it’s one of his many herbs. You know he is into herbs and claims he would have been a herbalist or guinea fowl farmer had he not become a president.”
He continued “the last time he was here, he walked out during a conversation when his phone rang and he spent over 15 minutes at the back. Maybe he planted it there because there was ‘dumsor’ and no one could have seen what he was up to.”
For now, the police have taken Nana Akufo Addo’s statement and will visit President Mahama to ask if he planted anything at Akufo Addo’s backyard, aided by dumsor.
We tried reaching “Opana” to find out what the party’s leadersship has to say but then Asiedu Nketiah, popularly known as General Mosquito picked his phone, saying, Opana is sleeping—and that the two of them are having some quality time at Aqua Safari.