Sammy Gyamfi is being hailed by NDC supporters over Facebook post – Asiedu Nketia

Johnson Asiedu Nketia, the General Secretary of the NDC hosts revealed that the gathering’s Communications Director’s analysis of the NDC assembly in Parliament following the questionable endorsement of some clergyman candidates is being hailed by the average individuals from the gathering.

Sammy Gyamfi in a Facebook post depicted the treatment of the clergyman chosen people by his gathering MPs as a betrayal.The post singled out Minority Leader Haruna Iddrisu; Minority Chief Whip Muntaka Mubarak, and Speaker of Parliament, Alban Bagbin.

“They boldly resisted the initiative of the gathering and deceived the aggregate useful for their egotistical interest. The disgrace they host welcomed on the gathering will always balance like a burden,” Sammy Gyamfi composed.

Gyamfi, nonetheless, demonstrated that the NDC won’t be annoyed by the results of the discussion on the ecclesiastical candidates.

“Maybe, let it reinforce us to battle for this gathering. We as a whole host an equivalent stake in this get-together. They are not many, we are many. Some have sold their soul however our own is flawless. What’s more, we can cooperate to reconstruct the gathering from the remains of March 3, 2021, which I call “Dark Wednesday”- Our day of self-delivered disgrace.”

Remarking on the matter on Joy News, Asiedu Nketia noticed: “authority is at levels and on the off chance that it were someone at the public leader who has served at Parliament previously and is exceptionally familiar about the methods and cycles in Parliament, possibly the explanation would have been framed in an unexpected way”.

“Thus, the way that Sammy Gyamfi ventilated the voice of the majority of the gathering isn’t an issue; the issue was the manner by which the assertion was framed. The majority are hailing Sammy Gyamfi however the issue is that a few of us who think about the operations and rules of Parliament, we felt that piece of the assertion was not in acceptable taste.”

Asiedu Nketia noticed that it is just in Accra that individuals disapprove of Sammy Gyamfi’s Facebook post yet the story is distinctive at the grassroots level the country over.

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