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Freddie Blay ‘strips’ Okudzeto Ablakwa’s wife live on TV

A former NPP chairman, Freddie Blay, has accused the MP for North Tongu, Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa, of playing politics with a court case involving his son and a business partner.

Freddie Blay claims that the lawmaker is using his wife to obtain court documents, a practice he deems unethical and unprofessional.

Blay expressed his concerns during an interview with Oyerepa TV, stating, “It is unfortunate that a young man like Okudzeto Ablakwa, if he had any information relating to the conduct of my children, two male children engaged in business practices, should have contacted them to find out the facts himself. It is unfortunate he resorted to cheap propaganda.”

He further criticised Ablakwa for allegedly using his wife’s legal chamber to involve himself in this matter.

“It is unethical that the wife is providing certain documents. It is unfortunate he is dragging his wife into it, politicising it, and making it look like it is law they are practising. He is making it look like a state capture and even calling on people to gather and demonstrate,” Blay said.

In June, details about the ownership of parts of the Labadi Beach Hotel, as shared by Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa, indicate that a son of the former National Chairman of the NPP, Freddie Blay, may be involved in a contentious business deal. According to Ablakwa, Kwaw Worsemao Blay entered into a partnership but later betrayed his partner to claim full ownership of the business.

Ablakwa shared this information on social media on June 1, 2024, explaining that Loic Devos Junior, a former partner of Kwaw Worsemao Blay, initiated a legal suit against him.

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The suit, filed at the Accra High Court (Commercial Division) on February 17, 2023, alleges that Blay cheated Devos Junior out of their business operations and fraudulently denied him financial benefits from their joint dealings.

“Ghanaians may never have known of this shocking hostile 2022 takeover by then NPP Chairman, Freddie Worsemao Blay’s son if Mr. Kwaw Worsemao Blay’s business partner, Loic Devos Junior, had not initiated legal action,” Ablakwa detailed.

The suit, numbered CM/MISC/0302/2023, involves Gold Coast Expo Limited and claims that Devos Junior made a business partnership offer to Kwaw Worsemao Blay.

They jointly incorporated and registered the company in Ghana on August 27, 2019, organizing events like the Polo Beach Club from 2019 to December 2021 at the Labadi beachfront.

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