Social media users have reacted massively to some trending pictures of Sammy Gyamfi on Metro TV Ghana this morning.
Sammy Gyamfi was a guest for the Good Morning Ghana show, together with Richard Ahiagbah, NPP Communications director. Both shared their views and defended their various political parties as expected.
However, Sammy Gyamfi's facial expression towards Richard Ahiagbah has caused stir online. Richard Ahiagbah could be seen making his point and the facial expression from Sammy Gyamfi seems to speak a lot about what Richard Ahiagbah was saying.
Sammy Gyamfi even used 'words' in the course of the show to prove Richard Ahiagbah wrong on several points he raised on the show. Several discussions were made on John Mahama's recent statement about the kind of benefits he receives from government. The case of Aisha Huang was also talked about and many other issues.
It was really a hot debate for both parties. Ghanaians seem to be the judges on this discussion or debate. Some believed that NPP's Richard Ahiagbah won, while others think otherwise.
Some Ghanaians have reacted to this and below are some comments.
From the few reactions above, it could be seen that some Ghanaians were saying that Sammy Gyamfi was indirectly telling Richard Ahiagbah that what he was saying was quite untrue. Others revealed that Sammy Gyamfi was making fun of Richard.
Tell us your opinion on this by commenting below.
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