- Owusu Bempeh says NDC 'Serial Callers' have the backing of Mahama to insult President Akufo-Addo
- He says Appiah Stadium attacks President Akufo-Addo and NPP top leaders unjustifiably
An influential member of the National Democratic Party (NDP), is saying Ghanaians must blame ex-President Mamama for the distasteful and rebellious conduct of Appiah Stadium towards President Akufo-Addo.
According to the Communications Director of the NDP, Ernest Owusu Bempah former President Mahama and his National Democratic Congress (NDC), top leaders empowered the popular Kumasi-based 'Serial Caller', Appiah Stadium to insult the New Patriotic Party (NPP), and its leader.
Owusu Bempah says NDC leaders sponsored many more party sympathizers across all regions to denigrate NPP top leaders in a bid to incite them against the general public.
Speaking on Okay FM in Accra, the NDP member insisted that since Appiah Stadium had the full backing of former President Mahama, he was not wary of limitations when addressing various political heads in the country.
“I don’t blame anyone but ex-President Dramani Mahama. He had urged him [Appiah Stadium] on. We haven’t said he shouldn’t support Mahama, he has the right but he should use his conscience”, he said.
Though Owusu Bempah in his conversation admitted to have attacked the former NDC leader, he tackled that based on issues and not on his personality and character assassination.
“I never mentioned Mahama’s personal issues. I only tackled his style of politics that is where people should draw the line. It is very important,” he said.
Ernest Owusu Bempah therefore cautioned the NDC man to be mindful of his language when addressing political leaders especially the President.
The controversial NDC ‘Serial Caller’, widely known as Appiah Stadium gained notoriety for his incessant attacks and insults on the-then candidate Nana Addo and top NPP leaders during President Mahama administration.
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