The Ghanaian/Austrian, Nayele Ametefe who pleaded guilty to carrying 12 kilos of cocaine to the United Kingdom generated some cacophonies among the two major political parties in Ghana, NDC and NPP.
The New Patriotic Party [NPP] and some individuals linked the lady cocaine baroness to the ruling NDC and even alleged that Nayele Ametefe traveled on a diplomatic passport.
Nayele Ametefe aka 'Ruby Appiah', 'Angel' was sentenced on her own plea by the Isleworth Crown Court in London a couple of weeks ago.
But some concerned Ghanaians [including journalists] were left shocked at the court when a fair complexion man clad in black jacket and a jeans with an NDC muffler around his neck entered the court to sympathize with the drug peddler.
However, Peacefmonline.com investigations reveal that, the man is a staunch NDC card bearing member based in the UK by name Peter Oti.
Peter, according to our sources was once described by President John Dramani Mahama as ï¿½One Man Supporterï¿½ of the ï¿½umbrellaï¿½ party. [That was also confirmed in a group chat of the NDC].
Peter Oti is a half Polish and half Ghanaian but schooled in Ghana, Opoku Ware Secondary School but completed at Prempeh College, both schools in the Ashanti Region.
However, reports circulating that an NDC MP also a Minister was at Isleworth Crown Court during Nayeleï¿½s 8-year 8 months sentence has been debunked by a party member who was at the court last Tuesday.
In a Whatsapp group chat named ï¿½NDC UK COMM PLATFORMï¿½, Davies explained that, ï¿½Comrades, I understand Asempa FM is reporting that a Minister was in court. Please, here are the facts. When we were in the court room, the security (official) who happens to be a Ghanaian came to tell the Clerk that an MP from Ghana's parliament was there and wants to come in. All those who were in were already given tags so the security needed clarification before he could allow him inï¿½.
ï¿½The security detail then said the man [thus, the MP] represents government. The Clerk then asked him to produce a letter or ID. He [MP] could not produce either and therefore the Clerk did not allow him in. No minister, I repeat no minister was at the court. Thanks,ï¿½ Frank Davies noted.
Source: King Edward Ambrose Washman Addo/Peacefmonline.com/ Twitter: @Washman5/ Instagram: Washman007
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