Speaking at a Public lecture in Koforidua recently, Professor Martey said he now uses text messages among other channels to speak to people on matters of national interest.
"Rev. Prof Martey is still speaking but has changed the style. Those I need to communicate with them I communicate. Sometimes through text messages and a lot of things have happened because of my intervention. So I’m still speaking" he said.
He continued by saying that the position of being a moderator of the Presbyterian church permits him to speak on behalf of his church members on various national issues.
It could be remembered that Professor Martey heavily criticized the government under the leadership of John Mahama on various national issues. He spoke about the rate of "dumsor" and other national issues from 2012 to 2016. He has however failed to speak on matters of National issues against this government. According to him, he now uses text messages to speak on matters.
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