Abronye DC Dares Anas and Kwaku Baako to Swear to Allah that They’ve Never taken a Bribe to Bury an Investigation

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The loudmouth NPP politician, Abronye DC, has once again sparked controversy after an attack on investigative journalist, Anas Aremeyaw Anas.

Abronye has dared Anas and his ‘boss’, Abdul Malik Kwaku Baako, to swear on the Quran that they have never accepted a bribe to shelve an investigation.

Anas has become public enemy number one to the NPP, the same party that used to applaud his work, ever since his Number 12 exposé led to some questions being raised about corruption in the NPP government.

Hon Kennedy Agyapong has attacked Anas relentlessly since then, and Abronye DC maintains that Anas is corrupt.

In a recent rant on radio, Abronye said Anas has done an exposé on Parliament but has refused to release it because he has been paid the hefty sum of $3.5m to bury the video.

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He said to prove he’s not lying, Anas and Kwaku Baako should swear on the Quran that they’ve never taken a bribe to hide a video before (both of them are Muslims). He also promised to swear on the Bible that if he’s the one lying then God should strike him down.

“I am daring Kwaku Baako and Anas to come and meet me and swear with Koran if they have not taken bribe before and change their video. Me, Kwame Baffoe Abronye I will also swear with my Bible that me and them the one who is lying something should happen,” he said on Okay Fm.

“Where is the video of Parliament Undercover? They think we don’t know. Anas and his boss took $3.5m over that video. Even the judges own, some of the things didn’t add up.” he said.

Source: GhanaCelebrities.Com


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