Hopeson Adorye threatens Akufo-Addo’s alleged side chic Serwaa Broni following allegation

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Popular face of the ruling New Patriotic Party Hopeson Adorye has replied to the allegations made by the alleged side chic of the President, Serwaa Broni by stating that she will pay the price for blackmail.

The woman in a longish social media video revealed at length her secret love affair with President Akufo-Addo and the role Hopeson Adorye played in facilitating everything.

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According to her, Hopeson Adorye influenced her by giving her GH¢20,000 and asking her to shut her mouth about the President’s infidelity.
Hitherto, Serwaa Broni had made a damning allegation about Hopeson Adorye where she said the former legislator had sent armed robbers to attack her and her lesbian partner.
In the fresh video, Serwaa Broni said after the money was given to her, Hopeson Adorye reportedly staged a robbery where the money was stolen from her and sent back to him.

On the back of the development, she has come out to spill the beans.

But Hopeson Adoyre has described the entire allegation as blackmail and has said Serwaa Broni will pay a natural price for denting his image and also dragging the reputation of the President into the mud.

In a longish video, Serwaa Broni spoke about the numerous times President Akufo-Addo had desperately expressed desire in meeting her and how much he said he loved her. According to her, the president went to the length of meeting her in Toronto Canada at a hotel where he told her how much he loved her and wanted to date her.

Serwaa Broni also spoke about her time with the president in Kumasi where according to her, she was invited by the president, met at a hotel, took pictures and took a private jet ride back to Accra.

Much is not known about Serwaaa Broni but she is well known among top NPP functionaries including Hopeson Adorye, Kennedy Agyapong et al. Her relationship with Akufo-Addo goes way back and although she lives in Canada, she is very much in touch with her family in Ghana.

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