NPP Chairmen are gays-Zubah

The former Municipal Chief Executive (MCE) of Obuasi Municipal Assembly in the erstwhile Mahama administration Richard Akwasi Boadi Agyeman popularly called ‘Zubah’ has alleged that some Chairmen and bigwigs in the ruling New Patriotic Party (NPP) are gays.

Making the damning allegation on Ultimate Breakfast Show hosted by Lantam Papanko, he accused the Chairmen of renting plush bungalows for married men who are their partners.

He threatens to soon mention names of the alleged gays Chairmen who have used their monies and influence to ‘snatch’ married men from their innocent wives.

The former MCE claimed the gays Chairmen shower these unnamed married men whom they engage in anal sex with monies and gifts.

‘There are lot of things that I will be coming out with in the few days, NPP Chairmen who are gays, and are renting flats for married men,’ he alleged.

He failed to mention if the alleged Chairmen gays are national, regional, former or current chairmen of NPP party.

Touching on the complaints by National Health Insurance Scheme (NHIS) service providers on the government’s inability to pay their accumulated claims arrears, he stated that governance is not for jokers and hypocrites adding that Ghanaians are reaping what they sowed.

He said Ghanaians punished honest government (Mahama administration) by voting for a lie-ridden government (Akufo-Addo’s government) envisaging that the country will turn bleak if measures are not put in place to avert the sufferings of Ghanaians.

Zubah said the Akufo-Addo’s government deceived people to vote for them to change the fortunes of the country.

‘Ghanaians are getting what we voted for and what we think we deserve, so I will just sit on the fence and enjoy some of the things that are unfolding….Governance is a serious activity, the earlier Ghanaians begin to appreciate between honest government and lie-ridden government, the better, Ghanaians punished honesty and bought deception. It looks like the Akufo-Addo’s government hasn’t got focus for the country,’he pointed out.


By: Ghana/