Sammy Gyamfi and Dennis Miracles Aboagye have constantly engaged in debates on various political shows.
Whilst you would hear Sammy Gyamfi describing Dennis Miracles Aboagye as his "my big brother", Dennis would say," you are not my brother".
Do the two politicians agree on anything? On Saturday, 1st October 2022, Dennis and Sammy clashed on TV3's Key points show and it was a sight to behold.
According to Dennis Aboagye, the current NPP's love for borrowing is for the good people of the country and he argued that the government is intending to build more than a hundred hospitals to provide health care to the people.
Sammy Gyamfi's response on the health subject took the issue to another level.
" The NPP government has been in power for 6 years but can not talk of any concrete thing built as a hospital. You would defend that the chiefs are not ready to give you lands."
"It is an open secret that NDC has built many hospitals; the Ridge hospital, the University of Ghana Medical Centre. I do not want to talk about the Bank of Ghana hospital. What have the NPP done in the health sector with all the loans they took?"
What do you make of their points concerning the health sector? Who wins this debate; Sammy Gyamfi or Dennis Miracles Aboagye?
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