He revealed that he has never regretted supporting President Nana Akufo-Addo, and the First Lady, Rebecca Akufo-Addo’s family. He narrated how he helped refurbished the dining room of the Jubilee House back in 2017, but didn’t make it public because it’s not his nature to parade his good-deeds out there.
All of this he said he did from his own personal pocket and has nothing to do with money laundering. Read his full post below:
In an Instagram post, he wrote; 2017 Before The Arrival Of Tony Blair To Ghana I Went To The Jubilee House With Many Vintage Wines Of Mine To Support His Visit! Guess What? I Noticed The Dining Room Was A Disaster So I Arranged For Top Class Company To Refurbished The Dining Room Including Putting New Curtains. I Extended The Renovation To The Entrance Of The Building And The Banquet Hall. I Paid Fully From My Own Pocket Not From Money Laundry. There Are A Lot More I Have Done I Don’t Want To Talk About It Publicly Because It’s Personal. I Have No Regret For Spending Millions On The Akufo Addo’s And First Lady Family Members It Was The Right Thing To Do.