Sammy Gyamfi fires Bawumia Over ’29 SHS E-blocks’ claim

Sammy Gyamfi lawyer and Director in charge of Communication of the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) has rubbished claim made by the Vice President of the Republic of Ghana, Dr. Bawumia on community Day SHS (E-Blocks)

The Vice President made a claim captured at page 56 of his speech that, only 29 community Day SHS (E-Blocks) had been completed by 7th January, 2017 when the erstwhile Mahama government handed over power to the Akufo Addo-government, Sammy Gyamfi said it is false.

 

At the opposition NDC,party’s 11th Edition of Press Briefing held yesterday, Monday 24 August, Sammy Gyamfi indicated in reaction to the claim made by Dr. Bawumia at the Town Hall Meeting and the delivery tracker launch that, the NDC’s handing over notes supported by final payment certificates raised by the contractors who executed and completed those projects show that 46 and not 29 E-Blocks had been completed by the Mahama led-government at the time of exiting office.

 

According to Sammy Gyamfi, the incontrovertible fact was corroborated was by the ruling  NPP’s own Minister of Education, Mathew Opoku Prempeh popularly called ‘Napo’ in an interview on “Ekosisen” on Asempa Fm on 6th March, 2017.

 

“The claim by the NPP that some of the completed projects had not been furnished, hence were uncompleted is ridiculous as furnishing is not part of the construction process or scope of construction works of the E-Block school projects” Sammy Gyamfi further empahsized.

 

READ FULL STATEMENT

First, Bawumia’s claim at page 56 of his speech that only 29 community Day SHS (E-Blocks) had been completed by 7th January, 2017 when the erstwhile Mahama government handed over power to the Akufo Addo-government is false.

Ladies and Gentlemen, our handing over notes supported by final payment certificates raised by the contractors who executed and completed those projects show that 46 and not 29 E-Blocks had been completed by the Mahama government at the time of exiting office.

This incontrovertible fact was corroborated was by the NPP’s own Minister of Education, Mathew Opoku Prempeh in an interview on “Ekosisen” on Asempa Fm on 6th March, 2017. The claim by the NPP that some of the completed projects had not been furnished, hence were uncompleted is ridiculous as furnishing is not part of the construction process or scope of construction works of the E-Block school projects.

 

 

Source: Iddrisu Muftaw | Talks Africa Media

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