With The Passion Of Defense Being Exhibited By NDC Communicators On SADA Rot, They Can Defend The Devil Himself

A Member of the Communications Machinery of the opposition New Patriotic Party (NPP), Yaw Adomako Baafi, has chided Communicators for the ruling party, the National Democratic Congress (NDC) for their strenuous attempt to defend the Savanna Accelerated Development Authority (SADA) rot.

Godwin Ako-Gunn, a member of the NDC’s Communication Machinery, is reported to have called on the Deputy Minority Leader of Parliament, Hon. Dominic Nitiwul to render an unqualified apology to the Managing Director of Stanbic Bank, Mr. Alhassan Andani.

This was after the Stanbic Bank MD denied being the Chair of Rlg Foundation, and also pointed out that there is no such thing as Rlg Foundation.

According to the Bimbilla NPP MP, Mr. Andani placed himself in a conflict of interest situation when as the Managing Director of Stanbic he allowed 74.5 million cedis of SADA money to put into a call account at the bank.

Beyond that, he claimed Mr. Alhassan Andani did not do himself any favor when he chaired the RLG Foundation but allowed a chunk of SADA’s investment to go into the activities of the AGAMs Group of companies of which RLG is the flagship.

Commenting on the passion of defense from the camp of the ruling party, Adomako Baafi stated on Okay Fm’s Ghana Decides program that it will be easy for the NDC communicators to defend the devil.

“I am surprised that NDC has no shame about the gravity of harm the SADA rot has done to the country and the people in the Northern Region…with the way the NDC communicators are defending this rot, I am sure they can even defend the devil himself; if they can defend it, then they can defend witches and Satan. NDC must give respect to Ghanaians and know that it is possible for power to change hands tomorrow…..this is a calculated attempt by the NDC communicators to find ways to redeem the sinking image of the President that it was not his fault….The President should admit that he chose wrong leaders for the SADA project,” he stated.