Reverend Kusi Boateng, secretary of the Board of Trustees, has been the subject of yet another alarming disclosure from the MP for North Tongu.
Rev. Kusi Boateng had two biological moms, Yaa Gyamfua and Agnes Ataah, according to Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa.
He claims that in addition to using two different names to indicate his mother’s identification on his Taxpayer Registration Form, Rev. Kusi Boateng also used two different dates of birth and two different TIN numbers.
He said that his mother’s maiden last name is Ataah and her first name is Agnes on August 13, 2013, when he filled out his Taxpayer Registration Form at the GRA using the name Victor Kusi Boateng and the date of birth as September 7, 1971.
“Last night, Paul Adom Otchere in Rev Kusi Boateng’s defence told the country for the first time that the reason why Rev Kusi Boateng had to, at some point, drop Kusi Boateng and was using Kwabena Adu Gyamfi is that, during the Rawlings coup, his father was killed as part of the military excesses. Paul revealed that Rev Kusi was then told to take his mother’s name. So, Adu Gyamfi is his maternal name. When he was going for his , told GRA that his mother’s last name is Gyamfua and her first name is Yaa. So that aligns with what Paul Adom Otchere said on Good Evening Ghana.
“So, I decided to go for what he told GRA when he was Victor Kusi Boateng and I think GRA didn’t know they are dealing with the same person. So as Victor Kusi Boateng, he told GRA in his own handwriting on the 20th of August 2013 that his mother’s maiden last name is Ataah and her first name is Agnes.
He claimed on Good Morning Ghana, “I’m revealing it for the first time that he only doesn’t have two names, two dates of birth, he also has two mothers”.
This week’s hot topics included the National Cathedral as a result of some alarming admissions made by the North Tongu MP.
Rev. Victor Kusi-Boateng, secretary of the National Cathedral Board of Trustees, was charged with conflict of interest and having numerous identities on Monday, January 16.
He claims that Rev. Victor Kusi-Boateng appears to be stealing money from the National Cathedral project through dubious methods.
Since then, he has requested an investigation by the Commission on Human Rights and Administrative Justice (CHRAJ).
Mr. Ablakwa claimed in his appeal that Rev. Kusi-Boateng was Kwabena Adu Gyamfi and that he had received GH2.6 million from the National Cathedral Board.
Rev. Kusi-Boateng allegedly utilized many passports and identity cards with various names and dates of birth, according to the accuser.