Except former President Jerry John Rawlings and his wife, Nana Konadu soft pedals, the public domain may soon be awashed with details of fraudulent dealings the former first family, especially Nana Konadu engaged in while former President Rawlings was in power.
The Managing Editor of New Crusading Guide, Abdul Malik Kweeku Baako, who threatened to throw the stinking dossier he has on Nana Konadu into the public space, said he has a whole dossier on the former military strongman and his wife over some of their dubious transactions while he (Rawlings) was in office.
According to him, Nana Konadu fraudulently acquired a number of state properties including the Nsawam Canner, adding that the Rawlings and his household cannot tout themselves as apostles of probity and accountability.
Kweku Baako also insisted that the NDC Founder presided over the most stinking corruption scandals including the infamous British construction firm, Mabey and Johnson bribery scandal involving key officials of his administration.
“In this country, justice, fairness and equity can never be served. Kufour was one of my best leaders but one decision I didn’t agree with him during his administration was the filing of nolle prosequi, to discontinue the case against Nana Konadu in the Nsawam Cannery case, I wanted it probed to the last end.
“The Nsawam Cannery case was a stinking deal involving the former First Family at that time. I started that investigations, I have every single document…on the ‘stinking’ deal to expose him,” Baako boasted.
The veteran journalist also dismissed former President Rawlings’s explanation that he only received $2 million from the late Nigerian dictator, Gen Sani Abacha and not $5 million as being insinuated, declaring that his clarification was not only too late but also fictitious.
Bako also claim to have evidence from the man who was sent to the Airport to take the money from the Nigerian officials, insisting that Mr Rawlings himself has gone against the values of probity and accountability that he claimed inspired him to topple a military regime on June 4, 1979.
“He is equally part of the mess,” Baako stressed.