The communication officer of the National Democratic Congress, lawyer Sammy Gyamfi has caught social media attention after flaunting expensive watch during the Arise Ghana demo despite complaining of hardship.
The watch which was fact check on the internet is the Hublot Classic Fusion Chronograph Men's Watch.
NDC’s National Communication officer and Leader of Arise Ghana Demonstration Sammy Gyamfi’s Hublot Classic Fusion Chronograph Men’s watch alone cost GHS 174,867.06 ($22,000.00) that is about 175 billion old Ghana cedis.
This has raised so many questions on social media as to how one can own such a luxurious watch and still join the street to demonstrate.
Some Ghanaians on social media shared their thoughts about the watch, and below is what they said.
"Yet these people are everywhere crying and shouting of hardships in the country."
"The watch alone can construct a modern CHPS compound Health Facility, provide portable drinking water for several communities, etc"
"No wonder their budget for the demonstration was GHS 8 million. These guys have used demonstrations as a quick money making venture".
Eric Adjei ERIC ADJEI
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