Mawuse Oliver Barker-Vomawor, a Ghanaian legal practitioner and the lead convenor of the FixTheCountry campaign has disclosed that he will make the life of the president a living hell after his tenure of office.
This statement comes after the alleged maltreatment of some of the people apprehended by the state in regards to the Western Togoland secession.
According to Barker-Vomawor, he has been informed that the people arrested by the state are currently in custody of the National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) without any charges brought against them.
In a post he shared on his Facebook page, Mawuse cautioned that if his allegation turns out to be true, he will make the life of the president a living hell after he leaves office.
The post sighted by 1Family Radio indicated, “I heard a story today that several Ghanaians picked up in connection with the Western Togoland have been held in BNI custody over a year without any charges brought against them.”
He furthered that some of these people arrested died and they were buried by the state without the notice of their respective families.
“Some have died and the bodies were not released to their families but buried by the state at its pleasure,’’ he noted.
“I am praying to God, that none of these grave allegations of abduction and disappearance against Nana Addo’s Government are true,’’ Vomawor stated.
Mr. Barker-Vomawor hinted that if these allegations are true, he will deal bitterly with the president after his tenure of office.
“But if they are, I swear on my grandmother’s grave that when this man leaves office, I will make his life a living hell,’’ Barker threatened.