Communication member of the New Patriotic Party, Alhaji Sabo has replied host of Pan African TV, Kwame Obeng Danso that he won't allowed him to say something about the late sir John's Tomb after a picture of sir John's Tomb and a certain school building collapsing was seen trending on social media in the country yesterday.
Alhaji Sabo speaking on Pan African TV morning show today, Friday, 4th June, 2021 told Kwame Obeng Danso that he should stop advocating the picture because both Political parties in Ghana are at fault to the collapsed school building added to the Tomb tending.
"Clap for Ghana: We have done well. See sir John's Tomb and Assin Broforou school" Kwame Obeng Danso said on the show and it generated massive argument between NDC and NPP communicators on the show as not expected by Ghanaians watching the program.
Here's the picture that brought the argument.
NPP communicator Alhaji Sabo thought that both NDC and NPP party particularly are sinners in the country because of the collapsed school building which they couldn't worked on and said to the TV host that:
"I won't allow you to make that comment about sir John's Tomb because we are all wrong about the collapsed school building. Jesus Christ said anybody who has not sin before should cast the first stone but no one was able to cast a stone same apply to this.
Let's post pictures of former President, John Dramani Mahama's Campaign stuff last year and you could see we are all wrong but we should not compare it to sir John's Tomb"
The debate was getting high between him and Hon ABA Fuseini and Kwame Obeng Danso stop the discussion on the topic he brought on board and change it to another topic.
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