-Actress blasts NDC man for attacking former government appointee
-Lydia Forson accused Dela Coffie of plagiarism
-Dela Coffie was criticizing Dr. Valerie Sawyerr for her critical piece on some NDC members including Foermer President Jerry John Rawlings
Actress Lydia Forson has come down hard on Dela Coffie for his recent attacks on Dr. Valerie Sawyerr after the latter made some comments against some NDC leaders.
In a social media post, the producer indicated that the same words the NDC activist used on her some three years ago were the same words he used on the former deputy chief of staff in the erstwhile John Mahama-led administration.
The award-winning actress outlined some words that Dela Coffie used on her when she wrote an open-letter addressing then President John Mahama on issues of concern including the erratic power cuts and the unstable economy that had beleaguered the populace.
She quizzed to find out if the NDC man had a special liking for words like ‘whore’, ‘crass’, ‘midlife crisis’, ‘poster girl’ and ‘menopause’. She wondered why he used those same words particularly on women he had ‘issues’ with.
She cast insinuations that using big English in sentences was not proof of one’s intelligence. She added that using such words was not in any way a surety on belittling a woman’s worth.
She accused the NDC man on changing positions in reference to the comments he made when John Mahama was in office juxta-posing it to the comments he made when the NDC was in opposition.
She indicated that there were many other people in different political parties who behaved like him and changing their stance whenever things were in their favor and vice versa.
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