GhanaNewsPage.Com yesterday reported about a cheque alleged to be signed from the stable of former president John Mahama, which was leaked by Dela Coffie, an activist of the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) on social media site Facebook.

According to a report on, the cheques were alleged to have been signed for NDC aspirants Sammy Gyamfi and Joshua Akamba from the Universal Merchant Bank (UMB) Osu Branch.

Sammy Gyamfi is a top aspirant for the position of National Communication Officer while Joshua Akamba is aspiring for the National Organizer position but sources close to the former President disclosed that the cheque is fake aimed at causing disaffection for the former President.

The NDC party is today, Saturday, November 17, at the Trade Fair Centre in Accra to elect national executives to steer the affairs of the party for the next four years.

But a former Presidential Staffer who has been off the radar and silent for a long time from the camp of Mr Mahama, Mr. Stanislav X. Dogbe couldn’t take the attack on Mr. Mahama any more, forcing him to recant to the development directly with Dela Coffie.

Mr Dogbe was visibly unhappy about what Dela Coffie has done, calling his conduct “Criminal”, “nonsense”, ”rubbish” among others, advising him he could be arrested for that forgery.

“Such nonsense can only come from people like the author obviously. He should note that forgery is a crime, and while they think this will help with whatever they are doing, he should also remember that when the police call on him, he will be alone not with those he plotted this rubbish with.
John Mahama does not have an account with UMB, as Dokosi stated, but importantly, he has not given anybody money to do what is referred to in the useless post here.
Dela Coffie JM doling out cash to Sammie Gyamfi and Joshua Akambaa to bribe delegates?”

“Really, even if this poor job and forgery were to be true, how ridiculous can anyone be, let alone supposedly sane people, that it is “to bribe delegates?”

But Dela Coffie replied:

“Stan, I asked a simple question based on the info on the cheque.  I have no idea whatsoever as to the authenticity of the document hence my question. I only asked a harmless question, and you should be providing us with answers if you have any….”