J.B. Danquah Adu was killed because he had naked pictures of Mahama – Ken Agyapong alleges
Member of Parliament for Assin Central, Kennedy Agyapong, has alleged that former MP for Abuakwa North, J.B. Danquah Adu was killed by some members close to former President Mahama because he had naked pictures of the then president.
According to him, the late J.B. Danquah Adu was dating with a girl who was also dating the former President.
He claims, J.B. Danquah Adu asked the lady to send him naked pictures and videos of the former president but the lady after taking those pictures and videos of the former president used them to blackmail him.
Ken Agyapong stated that former President Mahama promised to buy the lady the house she was demanding for when he wins the 2016 general elections, but was prepared to give her $70, 000 upfront, and offer the lady refused.
“The lady then met with J.B. in Koforidua and handed over the pen drive which had the naked pictures and video of the president on it,” he added.
Ken Agyapong further alleged that the lady in question together with a Nigerian boyfriend met with some officials close to the former president at Royal Richester Hotel at East Legon but she was blindfolded whilst the Nigerian boyfriend was shot because he was taking shots of what was happening to the lady.
Mr Agyapong made these revelations on ‘The Seat’ show on Net 2 TV when he was reacting to allegations levelled against him by Kevin Ekow Taylor that he had a hand in the killing of his former colleague.
He said the lady was later sent to a rented apartment at East Legon where she was tortured and she revealed that it was J.B. Danquah Adu who sent her on the mission.
“They killed both the lady and her Nigerian boyfriend after they got the information that J.B. Danquah Adu was the one who sent her,” he said.
Mr Agyapong further alleged that former IGP John Kudalor asked COP Dr. George Akuffo Dampare to hand over the legislator’s case to a different officer but when he (Dampare) refused, he was quickly transferred to Winneba just to make the case a ‘foolish case’.