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Go to court now; don’t wait for a week – Ablakwa dares Freddie Blay

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Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa, the Member of Parliament for North Tongu, has challenged Freddie, the former National Chairman of the NPP, to initiate legal proceedings immediately rather than waiting for the one week ultimatum. 

This comes after Mr. Blay issued a one-week ultimatum to the North Tongu law maker, the management of TV3, and Johnnie Hughes; a journalist with Media Generale, to retract what he calls baseless and unfounded allegations leveled against him and his family.

According to him, the North Tongu MP is engaging in cheap propaganda aimed at courting public opprobrium against his sons.

However, Okudzeto Ablakwa noted in a post on X that he is not perturbed by the legal threat; rather, he will, in the coming days, release more exposes that further implicate Freddie Blay and his sons. 

“I cannot retract the truth, Mr. Freddy Blay. Since you are getting no retraction from me, please go to court now; don’t wait for one week.

“After our Tuesday, June 18, 2024, ‘Hands Off Our Hotels Demonstration’ — Ghanaians should expect more unimpeachable exposés on how the Labadi Beach Hotel lost control over its beachfront to the Blay brothers. We shall not be intimidated in our determination to fight state capture. For God and Country,” the post stated. 

This follows the claims by Ablakwa that there is a grand scheme of state capture being perpetuated by top NPP officials.

The NDC legislator accused the former National Chairman of the NPP, Mr. Freddie Blay, and his sons of acquiring interest in portions of the beachfront, which has always been under the management of the Labadi Beach Hotel.

Mr. Ablakwa further alleged that due to this purchase, the Labadi Beach Hotel has become the only beachfront hotel in the world that does not have exclusive control over its entire beachfront.

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