Mensah Thompson, the executive director of the Alliance for Social Equity and Public Accountability (ASEPA), has stated that his life is under threat following a burglary incident at his residence last Tuesday.
Speaking to Kojo Mensah on The Asaase Breakfast Show on Tuesday 8 June, Thompson said prior to the incident he had received a couple of life-threatening calls from unknown persons.
“I have just left the matter with the police to investigate but since then I haven’t been able to sleep at home. As we speak currently I am in a hideout, I don’t feel safe at all,” Thompson said.
He added: “It’s very suspicious because you remember the Tuesday when I was on your show, I think one of the things that was topical was this allegation about the President’s brother… but, even before I came on the show, I received calls from a couple of people with very threatening voices.”
Thompson said the intruders ransacked his living room and made away with electronic gadgets and some documents.
The police are currently investigating the case.