Communication Officer of the largest opposition party in Ghana (National Democratic Congress), joined Agya Kwabena on UTV this morning. The two spoke on the unjust means through which some law students were failed. In the course of the discussion, Sammy Gyamfi registered his resentment on Nana Addo for saying that there was no space available for those students.
Sammy Gyamfi dropped a serious allegation on Nana Addo's profession as a lawyer. According to Sammy Gyamfi, Nana Addo Dankwa Akuffo Addo would not have been a lawyer had he written the same exams the students are writing. He alleged that Nana Addo did not pass through the current system of assessment. He added that Nana Addo did not go through any hardship because he did not have to pay any of these costly fees for registration. He explained that Nana Addo used the apprenticeship system of studying law to become a lawyer. He called on Nana Addo to come out and say that all what he was saying was false.
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