Former member of parliament for Adentan constituency and member of the national communications team of the NDC, Kojo Adu Asare, has recounted how the embattled Prof Ransford Gyampo sought to implicate chairman of the NDC Samuel Ofosu Ampofo when the latter was involved in a leaked tape issue several months ago.
Though avoiding a prima facie against Gyampo in his submissions, the tough-talking politician hinted on how unfairly his chairman was treated by Prof Gyampo in the matter particularly when the former had denied being the voice behind the audio. ‘I could have chosen to pay back but i just want to establish that he was unfair to my chairman’, he fumed.
Mr Adu Asare was speaking on a socio-political talk program on Asempa fm as monitored by myafricatoday.com, on Thursday October 10th, 2019.
Mr Adu Asare admitted that the involvement of the Vice Chancellor in the ensuing allegations was problematic. He used the chance to appeal to lecturers of the University of Ghana for instance to do a self introspection.
Quoting a philosophical saying that read, ‘don’t throw stones when you live in a glass house’, the communications team member of the main opposition party expressed surprise at the level of hypocrisy that had characterised the matter considering that many complicit individuals in similar acts were adding their voices in very unfair ways.
Admitting that he wasn’t a saint, he admonished such hypocritical people to rather desist from their double standards and be thankful for not being targeted.
In conclusion, he confessed that the ghanaian society needed massive moral cleansing since the issue of Sex for Favours permeated through every gamut of our everyday lives.