Sammy Gyamfi takes Gabby and John Boadu to the cleaners

Sammy Gyamfi takes Gabby and John Boadu to the cleaners

The NDC’s National Communication Officer, Sammy Gyamfi has hit hard at Gabby Asare Otchere-Darko and John Boadu for their comments on corruption against His Excellency Mahama.

Sammy Gyamfi during a press conference this afternoon described their claims of corruption against president Mahama as ridiculous.

He further went on to claim that there have been too many unpunished acts of corruption making Ghanaians including some stunt NPP members lose hope in the fight against corruption.

To buttress this point, he made reference to the BOST scandal in which oil was sold to some unregistered companies without recourse to PPA laws and parliamentary approval indicating monies are yet to be paid by what he terms as fraudulent entities.

Mr Gyamfi also submitted that corruption has been made the most lucrative venture in Ghana now with enablement from President Akuffo Addo and Vice President Bawumia.

Also, the maverick communicator cited how Ghana lost $190M from the US government under the Millennium Challenge Cooperation due to the shady PDS deal which was a venture fuelled by greed and how electricity bills paid to PDS are yet to be returned.

The lead communicator of the NDC questioned Gabby Asare Otchere-Darko’s morals stance to speak on corruption when his firm is yet to return 103,000 dollars paid to them in the Agyapa Royalty deals.

Mr John Boadu on the other hand was described as someone involved in the activities of ‘galamsey’ which is distracting the environment and allegedly involved in the ‘missing excavators’ saga.

The young lawyer re-echoed former President Mahama’s call on Ghanaians not to allow the NPP to get away with their numerous corrupt acts by giving them another term in office in 2024 as any votes to retain them in power means votes to enable them to short-change the country more and cover their shady deals.

Source: Active News Follow on Twitter @activetvgh

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