A video shared by Okay FM on Facebook has revisited a meeting between Chief of Staff, Akosua Frema Osei-Opare and former chairperson of the People’s National Convention (PNC) party, Bernard Mornah, during the funeral of the late Theresa Kufour.
The footage at the Heroes Park in Kumasi captured the Chief of Staff questioning Mornah over his decision to join a protest against the Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo government in front of the Jubilee House, seat of presidency.
The video was accompanied by the caption “Bernard Mona my son why carry placards against my NPP party, see me in my office” — Chief Of Staff, at the late Former First Lady Theresa Kufuor’s funeral
Amidst the background noise, the Chief of Staff, visibly emotional is heard saying “This is my son, and you can stand in front of Jubilee, we don’t do that. He is my son, and I don’t have any bad intentions against him, so why would he think of evil against me?”
Mornah responds, explaining that he had attempted to visit Opare at her residence but was unable to meet her.
“Mum, I came to your house but I didn’t meet you.”
The incident comes in the wake of Bernard Mornah‘s recent participation in the #OccupyJulorbi House protest organized by the Democracy Hub.
The protest which was aimed at demanding accountability from the government saw Bernard actively participating.