- He said that despite their flaws, they did their best under the prevailing circumstances
- He indicated that when in difficulty, they often consulted the older and more experienced staffers
- The NDC MP for Yunyoo recounted an instance in which MP for Nadowli West, Alban Bagbin was prevented from meeting then president, John Mahama
Former presidential staffer and current member of parliament (mp) for Ningo – Prampram, Samuel Nartey George, has stated that the young people in former president John Mahama’s administration did their best in the execution of their duties, but they certainly had their flaws.
This statement is in an apparent response to an assertion by the National Democratic Congress (NDC) member of parliament for Yunyoo, Joseph Naabu, who faulted the young people in the former administration for its electoral defeat.
According to him, some people influenced the former president to make bad choices.
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The Yunyoo MP stated that one of them, at a point in time, prevented Alban Bagbin, the mp for Nadowli West, and the current second deputy speaker of parliament, Alban Sumanu Kingsford Bagbin, from seeing the then president Mahama.
The ningo – prampram MP added that notwithstanding such allegations, the young staffers always sought advice from the older ones, and they learnt a lot from them.
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