A ‘militia’ group alleged to be aligned with the ruling party stationed at the Osu Castle in Accra, De Eye Group have replied Manasseh Azure Awuni on his explosive documentary which aired on Joy News about their activities.
Secretary of the De Eye Group Tracey Asamoah, in an interview monitored by MyNewsGh.com said the group is grateful to Manasseh Azuri Awuni for the “hype” and “free publicity”, revealing that it will help them get more market for their services.
“This is too cheap for an undercover job. The Manasseh I knew from Krachi Secondary school, this is so cheap.” she said on Okay FM.
Ms Tracey Asamoah said they are an employment agency that facilitates the recruitment of their members into openings in government through lobbying and provides other services.
According to her, but for the name of “their father” President Nana Addo in the documentary, they love the hype they have gotten. She claimed that President Akufo-Addo knows nothing about their activities even though their boss is a former bodyguard to then candidate Akufo-Addo.
“we thank Manasseh very well for the hype. This is free publicity. He has helped us to hype ourselves. Our market will go high.”
She said they are not a secret group, neither are they hiding from anyone as they jog in Osu and around the beach in their numbers.
The pro-New Patriotic Party (NPP) militia group De Eye Group is led by one Nana Wireko Addo, popularly known as ‘Choman’.
The group is alleged to receive considerable state support, training in the Presidency Annex since the party won power in 2017.
Choman, the leader of the group has his office inside the Presidency Annex. The Presidency Annex is located at the Christiansborg Castle, Osu in Accra.