Sammy Gyamfi, the National Communications Officer of the largest opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC), has hit back at critics who have spoken against ex-president John Mahama’s “Do or Die” comment.
This follows calls for former President John Dramani Mahama to apologize for making such a remark.
Sammy Gyamfi, who was speaking in a one-on-one interview on UTV, said there’s no need for the former president to apologize because “he said nothing wrong”.
“Mahama’s do or die is a call to vigilance . . . he’s done nothing wrong, and we will not withdraw. We are now going to move the do or die campaign to another level, compose songs with it and even print cloth. Those who have a problem with this either don’t know the character of Mahama as a peaceful person or don’t understand the meaning of do or die, we don’t care, we are determined to work within the remit of the law,” he indicated.
Meanwhile, Sammy Gyamfi has urged party communicators not to talk about the “do or die” comment again and rather “concentrate on the bread and butter issues”.