Eric Adjei, a member of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) and a close associate of Sammy Gyamfi, has advised Ghanaians to ignore reports that Sammy Gyamfi is in hospital.He issued this remark on his Facebook page.
According to him, misinformation has been spreading on various social media platforms by some news portals for the past few days stating that Sammy Gyamfi, the communications director of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), is gravely ill and hospitalized.
He asked Ghanaians to reject all of the rumors, adding that Sammy Gyamfi is in perfect health.This comes after Sammy Gyamfi failed to show up for the NDC's S March for Justice on.
Many people assumed that because he didn't show up, he was sick. However, as stated above, Sammy Gyamfi is in perfect health, so please disregard any rumors that he has been hospitalized.
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