It was a lively discussion on TV3’s ‘New day’ as Kamal Deen, a Deputy Communications Director of the NPP and Sammy Gyamfi, the National Communications Officer of the NDC joined Johnny Hughes to discuss issues regarding vigilantism.
According to Sammy Gyamfi, the government of President Akufo-Addo have failed miserably. He was appalled at how thugs and vigilantes have become daring and openly attacked, assaulted and stormed places. He noted that this ‘lawless’ state created by Akufo-Addo cannot be compared to the serenity under the erstwhile John Mahama government.
Sammy Gyamfi maintained that the only way to curb vigilantism was to arraign the culprits before law courts. Kamal Deen however debunked what Sammy Gyamfi was saying. He started by saying that all Sammy Gyamfi knows is to spread propaganda.
Kamal Deen specifically said that it was untrue that the NDC had no vigilantes. “The Hawks and Azorka Boys belong to the NDC. Sammy is being unfair by saying the NDC have no vigilante groups. Vigilantes is a crime and for Sammy to sit here and paint his party white isn’t good. We all agree vigilantes are bad” Kamal said. This infuriated Sammy who rebutted.
“Sammy you are not been fair to Kamal, myself and my viewers. Sammy, allow me to do my work” Johnny Hughes said trying to bring the show under his control. Kamal Deen continued with his point only for Sammy to interrupt again. This time Johnny Hughes told Sammy Gyamfi that he was disrupting the show. He later called on his technical team to put off the microphone of Sammy Gyamfi.
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