Kweku Baako Goes ‘Wild’ Over His Alleged Jubilation Video After Amidu’s Resignation

The Editor in-chief for the New Crusading Guide Newspaper, Abdul Malik Kweku Baako Junior has threatened to react very offensively at some politicians who have capitalized on a dance he ‘joyfully’ did in the studios of Peace Fm pre-election 2016, to power up a political comedy that he was excited about the resignation of the special prosecutor, Martin Amidu. According to him, it is mischievous to say the less, of the intent with which these ‘unfaced’ persons are impressing on unsuspecting Ghanaians that he [Kwaku Baako Jnr.] jubilated when news broke out that Mr. Amidu has resigned.

Very infuriated by the turn of events emanating from it, Mr. Kweku Baako Junior told Kwame Sefa Kayi on the Kokrokoo Show that he has had to exercise restraint lest he insulted them on the various platforms where his ‘boogie’ video was shared. He added that dance moves he did, was an expression of an excitement when his trusted friend, Martin Amidu secured the right of the court to orally examine Woyome over the petition he filed with the Supreme Court in 2016.

“So why use that Woyome dance for this comedy?” he asked, whiles lamenting that; “but still in a very stubborn and intransigent way” continued with their agenda.

He warned that he will be provoked further to insult them in his future altercations with them. Mr. Baako Jnr. described them, as though he knew who the architects of the video as; “political windbags” and “intellectual mijets”.

“There’s some social media comedy unfolding and the architects, clearly, if you look at it, I’ve come to the conclusion that most of them are intellectual mijets, and indeed political windbags, and perhaps unwealthy of my attention.”

Kweku Baako Jnr. took the opportunity granted him on the platform to advice the architects of that ‘politically incited’ video to put an end to it. He warned that his next encounter with them won’t be that friendly.

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