• Sat. Aug 13th, 2022

‘Bawumia is a pathetic liar’ – Sammy Gyamfi clashes with Asempa FM presenter

The National Democratic Congress’s (NDC) National Communications Officer, Sammy Gyamfi, argued with the host of Asempa FM’s Ekosii Sen show over his portrayal of Vice President Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia as a “pathetic liar.”

In a discussion over Bawumia’s State of the Economy speech, the chief of the NDC’s communications wing accused Bawumia of selling lie in a number of areas.

He labeled Bawumia a “pathetic liar” who skews facts to fit his story and accused him of proposing to build an airport in Cape Coast.

The show’s host, Osei Bonsu, encouraged him to recant his assessment of Bawumia as a “pathetic liar.”

“With the utmost respect, don’t call the Vice President a miserable liar,” he said.

Sammy Gyamfi, on the other hand, objected and accused the host of attempting to silence him from expressing his opinions on the subject.

“I’m going to refer to him that way ten times, so don’t do it, because the more you tell me not to, the more I’m going to say.”

“You can disagree with Vice President, but don’t call him a miserable liar on this platform,” OB responded.

Sammy Gyamfi returned with a new question: “How do you refer to someone who lies?” Please respond to my inquiry. He questioned, “Did he say they were building a harbour at Cape Coast or not?”

Following that, Sammy Gyamfi expressed his dissatisfaction with the host’s disdain and unfairness.

“This is your platform, but credit us with respect when you bring us here.” Don’t act as though you’re defending the Vice President. You’ve brought us here to express our viewpoints, and I believe the Vice President is a liar.”

The host insisted that Sammy Gyamfi refrain from labeling the Vice President a pitiful liar during their conversation.

VP Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia addressed some of the economic difficulties confronting the Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo government in the talk.

The COVID-19, the Russia-Ukraine war, and the banking sector crisis, according to Bawumia, are significant factors in the country’s poor economic performance, and he outlined measures the government is taking to alleviate the burden.

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