The National Democratic Congress, NDC, through has its National Communication Officer, Sammy Gyamfi reacted to the claim by the Managing Editor of the New Crusading Guide, Abdul Malik Kweku Baako Jnr that the opposition NDC is begging to reappear on ‘Kokrokoo’ a flagship on Peace FM.
The NDC boycotted the Wednesday edition of Peace FM’s Morning Show, Kokrokoo with effect from today, 6th May 2020 in protest of the continuous presence of former Central Regional Chairman of the party, Bernard Allotey Jacobs on the Wednesday edition of the show.
Show Host, Kwami Sefa Kayi announced on the same Wednesday that ‘the NDC has refused or was unwilling’ to appear on the show.
Baako, a regular panelist, made an assertion on the show last Wednesday that he picked a hint that the NDC was negotiating to return to the show.
According to Baako, the NDC wants to come back through the back door by asking the Despite Media to rather write to the party to come back as if Peace FM needed the presence of the show.
“A bird has whispered into my ears that our friends want to come back”, Baako said laughing the roofs down.
Sammy Gyamfi has described the claim as a fictive concoction in a twitter post.
‘For the records, the NDC has never and will never beg to appear on Peace FM’s Kookrokoo. The Comm. Bureau that I lead, does not intend to ever return to that show. The NDC brand is far greater than that overhyped platform. Our boycott still stands. Ignore the lies. #BaakoLied
Sammy said it was mind-boggling that a person of Baako’s caliber who should know the truth was spreading the lies.
He said the claim made by Kweku Baako only existed in the realm of his imagination, as NDC was never ready to return to the show.
He said, at no time has the NDC requested a return to the show, not the Communication Bureau he leads.
For a maverick communicator, ‘the NDC brand is larger than what says is an overhyped platform.
“Our boycott still stands. Ignore the lies. He added
Making it resoundingly clear that what Kweku Baako said only exists in the realm of his imagination, Sammy ended with the hashtag, BaakoLied.