Sammy Gyamfi Describes Buabeng Asamoah’s response to Mahama as comical

Sammy Gyamfi Describes Buabeng Asamoah’s response to Mahama as comical

National Communications Officer of the NDC, Sammy Gyamfi has described the response by NPP’s Communications Director, Yaw Buabeng Asamoah as comical.

Sammy Gyamfi made this assertion at a press conference in response to the NPP’s earlier comments that sought to ridicule the former President’s recent statements while he was on his “Thank You’ tour of the northern parts of the country. this afternoon.

The NDC Communicator said the current economic hardship facing Ghanaians is not as a result of imagination as Mr Boabeng Asamoah claimed in an earlier press conference which was in response to former president Mahama’s assertion that Ghanaians are facing economic hardship.

Sammy’s opposite number in the NPP, Mr Buageng indicated in a press conference last week that it is not true that Ghanaians are suffering and Mr Mahama was only fueling an assertion of economic hardship, a claim the lead communicator of the NDC describes as comical and emanating from power-drunkenness.

The young lawyer went further to reveal that the introduction of over half a dozen taxes in the 2021 budget has increased the prices of goods and services as well as raised the cost of living but reduced the standard of living in Ghana.

He also contended that the ‘Mallam Atta Market economics’ used by the then running mate of the NPP Dr Bawumia in the lead-up to the 2016 elections if used today will show that Ghanaians are really suffering.

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Sammy Gyamfi compared prices of petrol, cement and iron rods as well as a bag of maize under the Mahama era to the current price and concluded that prices are extremely high now causing economic hardship in Ghana.

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