The Secret Power Structure That Decides For President Mahama

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Contrary to popular belief that President Mahama is in charge as President of Ghana, the New Free Press has discovered that real power in Ghana does not reside with him but lies elsewhere.

After careful research and based on interviews we have had with some members of the NDC and former ministers who have served in the NDC under former President Jerry John Rawlings, there are 12 individuals who make decisions forPresident Mahama and his entire cabinet.
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ow is the secret power structure of the current National Democratic Congress codenamed THE NATION : OUR PROPERTY ,OUR BLOOD , OUR SOUL.

1.Brigadier Alphonse Kojo Kattah(rtd)-President
2.Captain Kojo Tsikata- Vice President
3.Mr Ato Ahwoi- Chief of Staff
4.Colonel Mensah Gbedemah(Rtd)-Defence
5. Mr Kofi Kportuphy-Special Operations,
6.Mr Kwesi Ahwoi- Agriculture, Trade and Industry
7.Professor Kwamina Ahwoi,-Interior, Justice
8 Mr Tsatsu Tsikata-Foreign Affairs,Energy, Commercial Agreements
9.Kofi Totobi Quakyi-National Security,Information
10. Flight Lieutenant Nii Tackie –Fisheries, Lands and Minerals
11.Sylvanus Tamakloe-Presidential Affairs
12.Togbe Adeladza-Chieftancy Affairs and Local Government

These individuals meet on the first sign of the full moon every month.

At their meetings, the Ghanaian song Yen ara Asasie Ne(This is our own land) is played.

Their meetings take place at a secret location near Dzodze in the Volta Region.

Within NDC circles, these men are known as the 12 disciples, they decide everything that goes on in Ghana and inform President John Mahama to take action.

How can Ghana ,a proud country with a rich tradition, be run in such a treacherous and diabolical way?

Asantewaa Osam Doudu
Senior Reporter
New Free Press
Kotobabi Abavana Down
Accra

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  • C K

    Absolute Rubbish of an article!! How could AK Kattah be part of this when he has been deceased for the past 10 years? This is a very irresponsible article.