In his recent post on Twitter, Sam George went hard on this individual and even called him a comedian. According to Sam George, this person has been making some comments that he doesn't understand. He added that such person may have taken some amounts of money from some government people to make those statements.
He clearly revealed that members of parliament also visit the same market with the ordinary Ghanaians. He added that there is no fuel filling station in Ghana that is designated for only members of parliament.
"That comedian who sits at ship house should know that he should comment on things he understands? Do MPs buy foodstuffs from a different market or we buy fuel at a different prices or our tariff rates are special? When they take peanuts from govt people and talk crap. Mtcheeew" he said.
Below are some reactions following his tweet.
From the reactions above, some Ghanaians revealed that Sam George is trying to start a war with the unidentified person.
Which individual do you think Sam George was referring to in his post?
Comment your opinion below.
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