Freddie Blay’s Children in Bloody Fight


Pertinent details have come to light regarding a legal dispute involving the children of the former national Chairman of the ruling New Patriotic Party (NPP) and a business partner over the misappropriation of funds generated from the Labadi Beach Hotel beachfront.

This revelation unfolded following a lawsuit filed by Loic Devos, alleging that the sons of the ex-NPP Chairman diverted an amount exceeding Ghc6.6 million from Gold Coast Expo Limited, a company established in 2019, which organized the Polo Beach Club event at Labadi Beach Hotel from 2019 to 2021.

The lawsuit targets Kwaw Wosemao Blay, the son of former NPP Chairman Freddie Blay, along with his brother Kwame Edenkema Blay.

It is claimed that the Blay siblings diverted the substantial sum of Ghc6,640,364.74 from the business partnership with Devos.

Per the latest revelation, Loic Devos, who is supposed to be a partner in Gold Coast Expo Limited, is asking the court to compel his partners in the business to account for over Ghc6.6million that yielded from their organization of entertainment extravaganza dubbed polo BEACH Club since 2019.

It has also become clear that Mr. Devos is not only suing Kwaw Wosemao Blay, the son of immediate past NPP national Chairman, Freddie Blay, but Kwaw’s brother, Kwame Edenkema Blay.

Freddie Blay’s Children in Bloody Fight

The Blay brothers are said to have diverted a whopping Ghc6,640,364.74 from the business which was incorporated in 2019 and ran the Polo Beach Club extravaganza until 2021 using the front of Labadi Beach Hotel, a state-owned hotel as venue.

It would be recalled that in an earlier expose, SOA Oversights had revealed the court battle which was quietly going on between Freddie Blay’s sons and their disgruntled business partner, Loic Devos.

That revelation was poignant because it came on the heels of revelation that the Social Sec urity and National Insurance Trust (SSNIT) was selling shares in six hotels, including Labadi Beach Hotel, that it holds in trust for its pension contributors to Agric Minister, Bryan Acheampong.

The revelation that even before the sale of the hotels to the Minister, children of the NPP’s national Chairman were already owning the beachfront of the hotel, hit it home for Ghanaians that the Akufo-Addo government has long been selling SSNIT’s assets to cronies.



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