Three Ghanaians writes to Canadian High Commission about Serwaa Broni

Three Ghanaian citizens, Issifu Seidu Kudus Gbeadese, Elikem Kotoko and Stephen Kwabena Attuh have today sent a request to the Canadian High Commission asking for copies of reports of any possible investigations carried by the Commission on the alleged robbery attack on one Miss Evelyn Aidoo alias Serwaa Broni who on several occasions stated that she is a citizen of Canada.

According to the three, their request is hinged on the need to pursue an impeachment petition against President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo which was submitted to Parliament on the 21st of April, 2022.

According to them, any such reports in the possession of the Canadian High Commission, would provide additional materials that would support their petition taking cognisance of the fact that the matter brought before the police under the investigations of Mrs. Maame Yaa Tiwaa Addo-Danquah who was then the Head of the Criminal Investigations Department of the Ghana Police Service was allegedly swept under the carpet.

The Three, earlier submitted a petition to the Speaker of Parliament demanding an inquiry into allegations by the said Evelyn Aidoo to the effect that the National Security under the operations of Mr. Hopeson Adorye who was then the Deputy National Security Coordinator in charge of the Airport staged an armed robbery attack on her with the tacit approval of the President who functions as Chairman of the National Security Council, to retrieve alleged nude pictures of the President, His Excellency Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo from her phone and other electronic gadgets.

The request notes that the Canadian High Commission could not be drawn into meddling in the internal security matters and politics of Ghana.

They however note that they are informed by the obligations of the High Commission to its citizen, Evelyn Aidoo (Serwaa Broni). The statement says “We are minded by your obligations as a Mission representing your country, Canada, as per International Law. We are therefore not inviting you to meddle in the internal security matters and politics of Ghana, but to strictly execute your mandate within the remits of the Vienna Convention on Diplomatic Relations of 1961 and Vienna Convention of Consular Relations of 1963”.

It is the position of the Three Citizens that any relevant reports that may have been compiled by the High Commission on the reported attacks on Miss Serwaa Broni would serve the people of Ghana a better interest as well as aid Parliament in its inquiry in relation to the petition pending before Parliament.


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