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13-Mar-2018  
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The prying lenses of mynewsgh.com unmasked former Deputy Minister of Tourism and Creative Arts, Mr Kobby Acheampong who has gone quiet ever since his party went into opposition barely a year ago.

At a recent party event, Mr Kobby Acheampong was spotted in an NDC T-shirt with an overgrown beard as though he was renowned Muslim Cleric making it impossible for party foot soldiers to recognize him.

Mynewsgh could not help but question the former Deputy Interior Minister who since his party lost power went into hibernation just like other vociferous party functionaries who hitherto appeared on radio and television talk shows.

He said:’ It is deliberate I want to disguise myself. Can’t you see it was difficult for you to recognize me”, he responded.

It is unclear why he has decided to disguise himself at a time his party has revealed it is undergoing registration and restructuring of its structures based on recommendations of the Kwesi Botchwey led committee.

Mr Kobby Acheampong, was the National Democratic Congress (NDC) parliamentary candidate for the Cape Coast North Constituency who also served as a former Deputy Minister of Interior.

His name rings a bell for referring to Mr. Kwadwo Owusu Afriyie, former General Secretary, New Patriotic Party(NPP), popularly known as Sir John as ”Cocoase Kruaseni ” to wit a villager.

Mr Acheampong told Sir John that his long stay in Kumasi has affected his way of thinking and his commentary on relevant national issues and described Sir John as an ignoramus and admonished him to broaden his horizon in order to make relevant contributions to national discourse.

Aside from that, he was also reported to have had a brawl with personnel of the Motor Traffic and Transport Unit (MTTU) now MTTD when he was arrested for over speeding on the Accra-Cape Coast Road.

The Deputy Interior Minister denied over-speeding but confirmed he was insulted by one of the men when he tried to advise them claiming that one of the 8 police personnel in the process called him ‘stupid’.
 
 
 
Source: mynewsgh.com
 
 

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Name: Woman @ Ama
excuse me, which party was in opposition for that long? You must be the most 1deotec mawr0ng on this platform. Aren't you ashemed to refer to those dictatorial years of the pndc as part of the npp opposition era, and i am talking about those years when democracy was banned in the country? you must be the thickest brain among your family, if not the entire ndc
 
Name: @@ama
You are a little mouth. Your party NPP was in opposition for 36 years before kuffour came to power. You just won an election barely a year ago, meaning you have been in opposition for 44 years, so little mouse, try to learn some history before you use your ***barred word*** hand to type on this platform.
 
Name: @Ama
Know wonder your party is in opposition and John Mhahama appointees are being jail for Stea1ing from the public Coffers. what is wrong if the president of Ghana and the commander-in-chief of the Ghana Army has decided the use his own picket money to settle trader who and illegally doing their trades in front of his House.
 
Name: Ama
I now understand pastor mensa otabil when he said he would either read or listen about animals instead of giving attention to Ghanaian media. He is right. Why should someone growing beard also becomes a news to publish. Pettiness at its best. Your president is steaaling our monies to pay traders, instead of talking and reporting about it, you publishing news about someone's outgrown beard.
 



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