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Wednesday, July 29, 2009

I’m Not Behind Bielbiel - Ayariga



The spokesperson for President Mill’s, Mahama Ayariga has said, it is never true he is behind Sumaila Bielbiel, a cattle rarer who has sued the sitting Member of Parliament for Bawku Central in a case, the MP is alleged to be holding dual citizenship, “Ayariga said, it is Dramani himself who has fueled this matter because, if he had not contested whiles holding the passport of another country, no one would have had the nerve to challenge him”.

In his reaction to the rumours that Bielbiel, an ordinary cattle rarer could not have gone to court if another superior and intelligent force was not behind him, Mr Mahama revealed that Mr Bielbiel is not just anyone on the street but has lived with the Member of Parliament in United Kingdom for sometime, therefore they both know each other before coming to Ghana.

Mahama was speaking to Kwame Sefa Kayi on ‘Kokrokoo’ this morning. When asked if he will contest for the Bawku Central seat now that Hon. Dramani has been told by a high court that he is no longer the MP. He relentlessly asked Ghanaians to wait for a court verdict and that of electoral commission. Mahama Ayariga was called on the show to talk about President Atta Mill’s tour to some parts of Western and Brong Ahafo Region. The President is expected to return to Accra, the seat of government at the end of the week.

Source: www.peacefmonline.com

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