- National Communications Director of the NDC has revealed that his constant attacks on the Akufo-Addo government form a part of his job
- Sammy Gyamfi has vowed not to relent in his persistent critiques
- He said no one in the NPP should see him as a threat as he is only doing his job
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The National Communications Director of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), Sammy Gyamfi, has revealed that his constant attacks on the Akufo-Addo government form a part of his job description.
According to Sammy Gyamfi, he would keep being persistent in his critique of this current government and would not relent to ensure good governance
In a report filed by Pulse.com, Sammy Gyamfi said no one in the NPP should see him as a threat, as he is only doing his job.
“I won’t consider myself as a threat. The job I do is to keep the government on its toes by ensuring whatever they promised to Ghanaians, in their campaign message, is fulfilled,” he said.
He said his critique of the government is done with a clear conscience to ensure the good governance to the people of Ghana and not with any hidden agenda.
“...We are not doing this job to please anyone’s ego. We are working based on our conscience and what will make the country move forward. We can’t have the same mindset, the reason we have different political parties,” he stated.
Sammy Gyamfi has been very vocal in critiquing government policies in his election as the communications officer of the opposition NDC.
A stance he defended by saying he is not doing it please someone's ego, and this explains the radical way he is going about it.
In other news, Minority Leader of Parliament Haruna Iddrisu has said a future government of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) will not respect the Agyapa deal.
Iddrisu, at a press conference, monitored by YEN.com.gh on Tuesday, September 1, 2020, said the decision of the finance minister to endorse the transaction is in clear violation of article 181 (5) of the Constitution.
"... which requires that side documents, together with the agreements, be laid before Parliament, and, as we speak, we did not have any documentation defining the terms and conditions and the prospectus to guide a decision on this matter," he quoted the Constitution.
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