Speaking during an exclusive interview with a Pan African TV show host, the Communication Officer of the National Democratic Congress made some bold revelations. This revelation, coupled with some "distasteful" words especially from the young politician, was triggered by a simple statement from the host, Justice Appiah.
"John Boadu, in one of the press conferences made a comment that former President Mahama should not only talk about the problems the country is facing but rather, should add some solutions them"
Reacting to that statement, Sammy Gyamfi began by making the claims that since time immemorial, one thing he had noticed about the NPP is that they talk boisterously without listening. He explained that if the NPP listens, they would have heeded to Mahama's earlier advice about how to curb or reduce their reckless borrowing and expenditure. He disclosed that the NPP on the contrary chose to flamboyantly and luxuriously spend Ghanaians taxes meaning that the NPP is not willing to listen.
"The NPP does not listen. They talk too much." Sammy Gyamfi explained.
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