Sammy Gyamfi Of NDC Communication Team Is A Disgrace To Ghana – Prince Tsegah (Da Don)

Prince Tsegah Popularly known as Da Don of “You Say Wetin Entertainment show” on Hitz 103.9 FM  yesterday had a segment on his show that talked about the recent issues trending, the issue concerning the Ghana Police inviting the NDC party chairman Ofosu Ampofo on a recording tape, allegedly to be his voice regarding kidnapping, fire Outbreak and causing hubbub in the country just to make the government appear horrible in the face of Ghanaians.

CID invitation

A letter from the Police Criminal Investigations Department inviting Samuel Ofosu Ampofo stated that “some persons picked up for interrogation and investigation have mentioned your name as part of a grand scheme designed to cause fear and panic in the country.”

The CID has, therefore, summoned the top opposition politician, asking him to report at the CID headquarters on Thursday, May 9, at 2:00 pm.

“We look forward to your co-operation in this matter of National Interest,” the police wrote.

According to Da Don, the communication team leader Sammy Gyamfi do not have the right to decline the police request on behalf of their chairman, Ofosu Ampofo, for the reason that they will also come to power one day to govern, and if the other party also retaliate, will he remember what he is doing today? He quizzes.  

Sammy Gyamfi

“We will not cooperate with them. We will resist this oppressor’s rule,” Sammy Gyamfi said insisting the millions in the party will not stand and watch their chairman harassed by the police. He said the police invitation smacks of “malevolent prosecution” and explained their National Chairman has the right to remain silent and not incriminate himself”.

Da Don categorically spree his feelings on Sammy Gyamfi action towards the police invite, he asked can citizens also ignore the police command whenever they commit a crime and the police calls for their arrest?  

Prince Tsegah also added that, the way and manner the largest opposition party NDC is making the case look like police is supporting the sitting government is uncalled for, whatever they are doing the reasonable Ghanaians are keenly watching.

Prince Tsegah also showed his disappointments for the NDC party chairman and the whole party.

Eddie Nak, Researcher, ghtrendinglinks

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