Today, 22nd October 2021, Sam George and Nana Akomea joined Randy Abbey on the Good Morning Ghana show. The show was characterized by a heated debate between the two panelists on the fuel price increase. On several occasions, Ghanaian lawmaker, Sam George, was spotted contradicting himself with percentages and figures in an effort to defend the NDC. In all these occasions, Nana Akomea, who is the CEO of the State Transport Company, exposed Sam George with evidenced facts.
Later, Sam George boldly declared that his constituency had not received any project from the 1 million dollars one constituency policy. Reacting to that allegation, Nana Akomea read a message sent to him by the former DCE who worked with Sam George. The message contained a tall list of projects that have been executed using the 1 million dollars fund. The revelations from the former DCE got Sam George speechless.
Later, Sam George responded by saying that this and other statements from the DCE were the reasons why he was sacked. Sam George confirmed some of the projects from the DCE and also exposed the DCE for telling lies about the other projects.
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