It all started when Dennis Miracles Aboagye made it clear that former President John Agyekum Kuffour secured a loan from an Egyptian Company known as Euroget De-Invest to help build several health facilities in the country.
He added that such loan was meant to put up nine hospitals, including a Military hospital in Kumasi. Sources indicate that under the provision of the contract, the entire project should have been completed within three years of commencement at the cost of $519 million.
Dennis Miracles Aboagye added that the loan was in the account of government when the NDC administration took over office in 2009. For this reason, all the hospitals which were built by the NDC administration were funded by the funds that were secured by former president John Agyekum Kuffour in 2008.
Reacting to this statement, Sammy Gyamfi made it clear to Dennis Miracles Aboagye that he should apologise for saying that. This is because, what Dennis Miracles Aboagye said was false. He exposed him for speaking lies on live TV.
The host of the show, Alfred Ocansey even asked Dennis Miracles to provide evidence but he couldn't. Sammy Gyamfi explained and revealed that the Euroget agreement was done in 2010 and not in 2008 as said by Dennis Miracles Aboagye. He also asked Dennis Miracles to provide evidence of what he is saying.
"My brother made a very false statement that I think he must apologize for it before we close this program if he has the modicum of integrity. He said when we took office, President Kuffour had procured a loan for the Euroget hospital projects and that the money was sitting in our accounts. Why is it that you people can lie like that. The agreement was signed in 2010" he said.
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