Former opposition National Democratic Congress party national liaison and member of Dr. Davor’s campaign team Solomon Nkansah urges Ningo Brambram MP Sam Narte George to take his frustrations out on John Mahama but not a slick man in person. by Dr. Kwabena Dvor.
Sam Narte George on a telecast (GH One) questioned Kwabina Davor’s abilities as the NDC’s flag bearer when his business interests (EIB Network) were struggling with some 17-month-plus salaried employees.
How can we trust you to run the party, the EIB, you (referring to the host) hosting me this morning, you’re months owed your salary and yet Kwabena Dvor is running around promising Author. He promises Ahuthor and he rests and relaxation but you You and his crew of you owe 17 months’ salary. How are you nursing, how do you come to work every day? So, if he can’t pay his workers, but he promises the Ghanaians that he will.
Davor’s campaign team did not take this lightly, suggesting that Sam George’s position is untenable because the truth does not support the same.
Ningo MP Suleiman Nkansah has urged Prambram to keep quiet if he is not well informed.
“If we say we’ll save resources, Sam George doesn’t understand. He should do the checks well, he can’t say Dr Davor hasn’t paid his staff. He should discuss the issues and take his frustrations out on his candidate, John Mahama. He’s a frustrated politician and doesn’t know who advised him to continue in this shadow
“It’s a form of diversion that Dr. Davor’s campaign can’t match, so all they’re doing is attacking him. The Dr. is focused on that, he’s done it before with President Mills and will continue to provide resources to the grassroots and downtrodden in the party”
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