The NDC has in a statement directed all its communicators and officials, not to comment of the NDP’s presser.
The statement signed by the party’s National Communications Officer, Sammy Gyamfi said “All communicators and officials of the NDC across the 16 regions of Ghana, are hereby directed, not to comment on the press conference held this afternoon by the NDP, which is intended to divert our attention from the stinking Agyapa scandal, Martin Amidu’s resignation and matters arising from same.”
According to the statement “Under no circumstance, should any communicator or party official, comment on the content of the NDP’s presser.”
The statement advised members to “focus on propagating the superior policies and programs that John Mahama and the party have for Ghanaians. Also, let’s focus our energies on amplifying the stinking Agyapa scandal, Martin Amidu’s resignation and death threats on his life, and other corruption and nepotistic scandals being supervised by President Akufo Addo.”
The NDP at their presser yesterday accused former President John Mahama and the National Democratic Congress (NDC) of trying to exploit the death of former President Jerry John Rawlings.
Secretary-General of the National Democratic Party (NDP), Alhaji Mohammed Frimpong who addressed a press conference on November 23, 2020, said the NDC is shedding crocodile tears because there was some form of tension between them and their late founder.
He said the NDC who a few months back was out and about damaging the reputation and achievements of late former President Jerry John Rawlings is today singing from a different hymn page and a different tune altogether.
He said the NDC has now assumed the position of chief mourners and are crying more than the bereaved.
What the NDC is seeking to do according to the NDP is to exploit the death of Jerry Rawlings.