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'He is unshakable' - Sammy Gyamfi jumps to the defense of Felix Kwakye

The Head of the opposition NDC's National Communications Bureau, Lawyer Sammy Gyamfi has jumped to a spirited defense of NDC's parliamentary candidates for Abura Asebu Kwamankese Constituency of the Central Region, Felix Ofosu Kwakye over his alleged scandal. According to Sammy Gyamfi, these allegations against the former information Minister does not stop him from winning the seat in his constituency for the NDC.

His comments comes after some viral amateur videos making waves on social media captured Mr. Felix Kwakye in a heated argument with some individuals in a household. The person who leaked the video claims to be the brother of the lady's fiancee who is currently living outside the country. The disturbing aspect of the issue is the time the Minister was caught in the household. It was around 5 am.

These allegations has sent shivers down the spines of many Ghanaians. One could hardly have imagined a more unlikely setting for a matter of this nature. These accusations, which is circulating online can jeopardize Mr. Felix's and NDC hopes in his constituency ahead of December 7th.

But Sammy Gyamfi reacting to this, has told Ghanaians to treat these allegations as false and direct their attentions to supporting the NDC to win the impending elections.

In a post credited to his official Facebook page, he composed, "He is unshakable, impregnable and unbreakable. He is focused on winning the AAK seat for the NDC and nothing can stop him. Nothing can bring him down. Stop wasting your time on frivolous issues that have no bearing on the living conditions of Ghanaians and focus on important national issues."

Read his post below;

Meanwhile, Ghanaians also shared divergent views over Sammy Gyamfi's post. Read some reactions from other Ghanaians below;

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Abura Felix Kwakye Ghanaians National Communications Bureau Sammy Gyamfi


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