Readers can recall how Paul Adom Otchere has always indicated that Adwoa Sarfo is not an option if the NPP must win the Dome Kwabenya seat in 2024 elections.
In fact, Mike Oquaye Appiah has been the choice for Paul Adom Otchere but it was a shock when it was announced that Murtala Ibrahim was in the Metro TV studio to defend Adwoa Sarfo.
Murtala stated during his discussion that Paul Adom is not a lawyer and his analysis are always bias.
It was a tag of war when the Tamale Central MP started making his points as he questioned why the President was not brave enough to have sacked Adwoa Sarfo from her ministerial position a long time ago.
The NDC Member of Parliament also stated that it was unfair to sack Adwoa Sarfo at a time when her seat had been declared vacant from Parliament.
Did Nana Addo do any wrong by firing Adwoa Sarfo? Would sacking Adwoa Sarfo cause the downfall of the NDC?
Murtala Ibrahim was not impressed with the sack of Adwoa Sarfo and he was bold to state that clearly on Good Evening Ghana programme.
What are your thoughts on the ongoing discussion?
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