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Kweku Baako recounts his arrest 36-years ago
By Ellen
Monday - February 5, 2018 8:48 am     Article Hits:2528     A+ | a-
Editor-in-Chief of the New Crusading Newspaper, Abdul Malik Kweku Baako Junior has recounted his arrest 36-years ago when he together with others tried to reverse the unconstitutional and treasonable disruption of the 4-year mandate of the Limann Administration.

In a Facebook post, he hinted of plans to publicly tell his story which shall be recorded for the benefit of the younger generation and posterity.

Read full text of his post below;

Exactly 36 years ago today, I was arrested for being part of a plot to reverse the unconstitutional and treasonable disruption of the 4-year mandate of the Limann Administration.

24 hours earlier, Kwasi Agbley, Stanley Armattoe, Nat Ayivor and Yaw Adu Larbi, all members of the Leadership of the Movement On National Affairs (MONAS) had been arrested and incarcerated in various military guardrooms at Burma Camp.

Also arrested same day (February 4, 1982) were Freddie Blay and Kabral Blay-Amihere. They were suspected as close associates of MONAS. I was sent to the Signals Guardroom and subsequently relocated to the Field Engineers Regiment Guardroom where I experienced “fire and brimstone”. After 50 days in the various military guardrooms at Burma Camp, we were all transferred to various prisons across the country for periods ranging between 12 months and 24 months. Kwesi Agbley and I were the last to be released!

Thankfully, the Almighty and Merciful Allah protected us and kept us alive. Some others were not so lucky. They died fighting to restore constitutional normalcy. 36 years down the line, some of us are still alive and active in the political and democratic evolution of our dear country.

The story, the FULL STORY , SHALL soon be told and publicly recorded for the benefit of today’s generation and posterity. 36 years ago today. I REMEMBER!!
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