Former Tourism Minister Catherine Abelema Afeku has threatened to sue the Nkosuohene of Axim, Nana Nkwantabisa, for allegedly undermining her integrity while interpreting the 2018 Auditor General’s report.
Ms Afeku claims that the Nkosuohene vilified, embarrassed, and disgraced her in his interpretation of the 2018 Auditor General’s report, causing her reputation to suffer.
In response to the 2018 Auditor General’s report, Nana Nkwantabisa, who is also the Chairman of the Kundum Planning Committee, insisted that a reported amount of GHS200,000 was not extended to the committee for the festival’s celebration.
However, speaking to journalists at Axim, the former minister of state insisted that the Nkosuohene referred to a non-existent report.
“Did the statement mention a chief? Did the statement mention a palace? Did the report mention Nkosuohene? Did the cheque mention a Chief, a stool? Did the statement mention a town? Humbly the answer is an emphatic no,” she noted.
I am daring him to bring documents that show that a Nkosuohene, a Chief, a Palace was mentioned in the report and that my name, my good self was mentioned in the report with specific instructions that I should carry a cheque to a Chief or a Palace that I have not done”.
“I am daring him to bring that evidence, failure to do so, he will face legal action. Because he has brought major disrepute to the good people of Nzema including my good self,” she threatened.
“And you don’t do these activities with GHS200, 000,” she defended [quoted by 3 news.com]Source: ghbase.com