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The Akufo-Addo led NPP government, through National Security, has sneaked fourteen Israeli Information Technology (IT) experts into the country.
They arrived in the country on August 24, 2020 aboard a private plane and lodged at the Oak Plaza Hotel along the Spintext Road on their arrival.
The Israelis, our intel revealed, have been brought and tasked to undertake activities with their skill, expertise and experience that will lead to President Akufo-Addo being declared winner of the December 7, 2020 election.
Their arrival will remind Ghanaians of the tempering of the Charlotte Osei-led Electoral Commission’s results transmission system in the run-up to the declaration of the results of the 2016 general election, which was eventually done in Akufo-Addo’s favour.
The EC, while Ghanaians were waiting anxiously for the results, announced that its system had been tempered with. It will also remind Ghanaians of the revelation by the MP for Assin Central, Hon. Kennedy Agyepong, on TV that the NPP did not win the 2016 election through transparent means.
The fourteen Israelis sneaked into the country are Danino Adi, an IT Consultant; Segal Stav Mark, IT Engineer; Lilling Iddo, Project Manager; Pianazek Sean Pascal, trainer; Gurgov Boris, an IT Engineer; Waisel Amit, IT Engineer; Shoshan Almog Levi, Development Engineer and Krieger Yonatan, an IT Technician.
The rest are Shaleve Haran, a Pre-sales engineer; Shwartz Shlomo, an Electronic Engineer; Guy Samuel Joseph, Sales Director of Magal Security System; Goldenberg Shahar, Business Development; Cohen Amit, CEO of High Technology Company RINC and Shaked Noam, CEO of BSW High Tec Company.
The sneaking into the country of these Israelis is reminiscent of the sneaking into the country of three South African mercenaries by the then opposition NPP In the run up to the 2016 election.
The mercenaries were lodged at the El Capitano Hotel in Agona Dunkwa, Central Region where they used as a base to train members of the NPP’s so-called NPP’s Invincible Forces on how to handle weapons and engage in hand to hand combat.
It was also revealed that year, the party sneaked some Serbians into the country to teach their supporters how to undertake mass insurrection. Ghanaians will be voting on December 7. 2020 to elect the next President of Ghana. It’s a two man-race between Former President John Mahama of the NDC and President Akufo-Addo of the NPP. More Anon
Source: Daily Post Newspaper
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