The founder of Alafei Food Company, Claude D. Convisser is alleging that his current predicament at his rented apartment in the Tamale Metropolis of the Northern Region has been fomented by the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA).
Claude D. Convisser, an American citizen based in Northern Ghana, made this allegation at a press briefing saying, his landlord told him he is ejecting him from the apartment because there is an instruction from the CIA department ordering him to sack him from the apartment.
He said the landlord who owes him several years of rent advance, in trying to forcefully eject him from the apartment, assaulted him physically and thus left him with fractures on his body.
The founder of Alafei Food Company also alleged that he made a report to Sagnarigu Municipal police command, but they are yet to make any arrest.
“They sacked my entire workers in the apartment, they threatened to remove the entire roofing sheet and they beat me up, causing several injuries on my body, when I declined to vacate from the apartment. I reported the incident to the Sagnarigu police command, but they have done nothing to it.”
He said the police failed to act on the matter not because he [Claude D. Convisser] has been criticizing government issues of corruption in the country, but because of the influence of the CIA which has been hard on him for several years.
Claude D. Convisser not too long ago at a presser in Tamale, raised issues concerning a deal between the Government of Ghana and America that would possibly anger terrorism organizations to target the north.
Story By: Alhassan Yakubu