Our attention has been drawn to a comment made by Grace Omabo known in entertainment circles as Maame Dokono on Okay FM’s entertainment show which was hosted by Halifax on 25th November 2019.
Maame Dokono on the show alleged that Hon Catherine Afeku did not attend to her when She wanted to discuss creative Arts issues with the minister.
Nzema Youth Forum for Development calls on the general public to disregard that malicious, untrue and fabricated story which is clearly borne out of frustration and desperation.
The facts are that when Hon. Catherine was the minister for Creative Arts and Tourism, Maame Dokono visited her office ostensibly to seek support for a funeral.
Unfortunately for her, she didn’t get the chance to see Hon. Catherine because she wasn’t present at that particular moment but was warmly received by the HR and madam Miriam at the ministry.
Maame Dokono later went on Bola Ray’s Show on 28th Feb 2018 to falsely accuse the PA of Hon. Catherine for preventing her from seeing the Hon. Minister when she had Never met the PA. This can easily be verified from Star Fm.
Today the same maame Dokono is falsely accusing Hon. Catherine for confronting her on some comments She made about the Creative Arts industry on peace FM without mentioning categorically which comments caused the confrontation if there was.
Our checks with our MP, our Mother and Daughter revealed that Nothing, absolutely nothing of the sort happened.
It is obvious that Maame Dokono has set out to denigrate, malign and mudsling the hard-earned reputation of Hon Catherine Afeku for whatever reason we do not know. Her tales of untruth and propaganda have caught up with her and we would like to advise her to focus on her ailing Drama career and stop lying about Hon. Catherine.
Besides Hon. Catherine left the ministry in 2019 February
What would prompt Maame Dokono to be still obsessed with her?
Their evil deeds will expose them.
Leave Hon. Catherine alone or face our wrath.Hon. Catherine is a well trained, educated and courageous Nzema woman who exhibits respects and humility for all.
We put on record that the meeting Maame Dokono had with the HR of the Ministry was personal and not in the interest of the creative arts industry.
We dare Maame Dokono to tell Ghanaians the exact comments she made that attracted the confrontation from the Hon. Minister, where and when she made that very comment, who was there during that confrontations.
If she is seeking favor from the new Minister, she should come clear and leave our hard-working MP and mother alone.
We unreservedly call on Maame Dokono to retract and apologize to Hon Catherine Afeku and the good people of Nzema or face our wrath.
As president Akufo Addo seeks to increase women’s participation in governance, we call on our mothers to support their own and protect them, rather than gossiping, legs pulling and backbiting.
Hon Catherine is focused and will not be distracted.