In a surprising twist, Ayisha Modi has come forward to deny the allegations she previously made against former President Mahama, where she claimed he paid Tracey Boakye $7 million to keep certain secrets.
In a recent interview, Modi refuted her previous claim, stating that she had been very clear that Tracey Boakye’s alleged activities took place in Kumasi, where she received her payments. She pointed out that the former President is not based in Kumasi, making her previous allegations implausible.
The Ghanaian socialite took the opportunity to urge people not to point fingers at Mahama and issued an apology for any inconvenience her earlier statements may have caused.
Ayisha Modi had set social media abuzz with her bombshell allegations against Tracey Boakye. She had warned Tracey to stop trolling her under posts by Afia Schwarzenegger, hinting that she had evidence that Tracey had blackmailed a prominent figure, whom she led Ghanaians to believe was the ex-President, resulting in a windfall of $7 million.
During her earlier outburst, Ayisha had implied that it was unlikely for an ex-President to have any dealings with someone like Tracey if it weren’t for uncontrollable impulses.
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