Meanwhile, Raymond Acquah, MzGee’s husband, has stated that he is convinced Vice President Mahamudu Bawumia’s aide, Gideon Baako, leaked Psalm Adjeteyfio’s recording of him asking for leftovers.
He made these remarks in response to a question on why Gideon Baako would send people to plead on his behalf if he truly believes he is innocent.
MzGee accused Gideon Baaako of disseminating Psalm Ajeteyfio’s recording, which was sent to him in confidence, but Baaako refuted the charges. Gideon Baako said in a lengthy Facebook post that he never shared the tape and that when MzGee’s husband provided it to him, he (Raymond) warned him that his wife was already working on a piece about it.
“Where from this needless rant from MzGee. I don’t know you and have never dealt with you in my private or public life. It is your husband that I have a working relationship with because of the work I do. Your husband shares an audio with me in which a voice similar to that of the famous TT is speaking to someone (known to be you). Listening to the audio for the first time I struggled to understand what it was meant for. Your husband graciously explains the import of it to me in a telephone conversation to the effect that TT had alleged that he is being denied support because of the assistance from the Vice President and some other people including the greater Accra regional minister. I told your husband that cannot be correct and therefore he should not publish the audio and I will delve into the matter. As at the time, your husband made me understand you had done a story on it but he is going to ask you to put it on hold. I thanked him,” parts of the earlier statement from Gideon read.