Sammy Gyamfi allegedly linked Dr. Mathew Opoku Prempeh to one of the accused involved in the case of the abduction of Canadian women.
A similar letter was also sent to the NDC Ashanti Regional Secretary, Mr. Kwame Zu, on the same subject, on behalf of the MP for Manhyia South.
At a press conference held on Thursday, June 13, Gyamfi reportedly stated that there was a "link" and a "relationship" between Dr. Opoku Prempeh, commonly known as NAPO. [Nana Poku] and Seidu Yakubu, also known as "MBA", one of the accused at the time of the abduction of the two Canadian women in Kumasi on June 4, 2019.
"Seidu's association with the nuclear plant is more than what we perceive. He is presumed that he is the personal bodyguard of Asokore Mampong's MCE, Alhaji Alidu Seidu, and a shopping boy for the deputy of Manhyia, Hon Mathew Opoku Prempeh and the regional chairman of the NPP Manhyia, as well as the President of the Royal Asymi Gendarmerie, Wtumi Wontumi at the press conference according to the lawyers of Dr. Opoku Prempeh.
However, lawyers, Sarkodie Baffour Awuah and Partners, insist that "the aforementioned statement is not only false, but malicious, since Seidu said that he is not a shopping boy" of Dr. Opoku Prempeh.
They argued that Mr. Gyamfi's statement was a suggestion by Dr. Opoku Prempeh to allow himself and associates with persons suspected of committing the crime of abduction, and attempted to attribute to "the inappropriate conduct of our client with people you call thugs ".
"As a result, the aforementioned false and malicious statement suggests that our client is a promoter and a beneficiary of the brutality," the letter says.
Mr. Kwame Zu, NDC regional secretary for the Ashanti region, reportedly made the statement during a radio interview with Okay FM, based in Accra, on Thursday, June 13, 2019.
"The boy [Seidu] is a known member of the NPP who works with the Hon. Mathew Opoku Prempeh, "said Mr. Zu during a radio interview.
"Our client categorically denies the false and malicious statement mentioned above. Clearly, this assertion was motivated by malice and aimed at damaging the reputation of our client, respectable member of Parliament and Minister of the Republic of Ghana. "
"Despite your malice, our client is magnanimous enough to offer you the opportunity to make amends. As a result, we ask our clients to require "a withdrawal of said statement and an unqualified apology.
The lawyers notified that they had received instructions to initiate legal proceedings against both of them they did not honor the requests within 48 hours.
The arrest of Seidu
Seidu and other suspects were arrested by National Security, BNI and police officers during an operation in Achiase near Antoa, where the two Canadian captives were released on Wednesday. latest.
The Canadians, Lauren Patricia Catherine Tilley, 19, and Bailey Jordan Chitty, 20, were abducted on June 4, 2019, while they were traveling to their Ahodwo hostel in Kumasi. Unbeknownst to them, the kidnappers followed their car with a Toyota Corolla red car.
Arriving at their hostel, the two men were approached and taken to the Toyota Corolla in a hidden location in Kumasi.
The victims were volunteers from Youth Challenge International, a Canadian international development organization headquartered in Toronto.
The abduction exerted external pressure on Ghana's security, with the three missing Takoradi girls still missing.
Canada, the United Kingdom and Australia even warned their citizens who wanted to go to Ghana.