Newly elected National Communication Officer of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), Sammy Gyamfi has called on the public to disregard President Akufo Addo’s  claims the NDC will rot in opposition.

He says the president having realized that his government is gradually loosing favor with Ghanaians is desperate to throw shades at his political opponents to repair his gradually dying image.

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Addressing the chiefs and people of Somanya on Day One of his tour of the Eastern region, president Akufo-Addo said the National Democratic Congress (NDC), in its desperation to come back to power to “create, loot and share”, has resorted to propaganda and falsehood, adding that the biggest opposition party is doing so because it has realised it will spend a long time out of government.

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According to President Akufo-Addo, NDC peddling falsehood about his government because “these are people [NDC] are looking at a long period in opposition”, explaining that the more desperate the NDC gets, the more fabrications they will put out.

But in a response on Accra-based Radio Gold, Mr. Sammy Gyamfi said, ‘’ the president was day-dreaming yesterday when he made that comment. I think that we should take that as a comic relief because everyone in Ghana today knows that there’s a wind of change blowing and whether President Akufo Addo likes it or not   he will be one-term president. His government is gradually going into extinction. His government will collapse by 2021 because Ghanaians will reject his government’’.4

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‘’ I know that the NPP are good in talking but this not a matter of talking, it is a matter of what they promised the people of this country and what they have delivered so far whether or not they have been able to livelihood and living standard of Ghanaians, whether they have been able to keep the many mouth watering promises they made to Ghanaians, whether they have been able to make Ghana a heaven like they promised’’.

Source: Radio Gold

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