NDC Must Sanction Brogya Genfi, Sammy Gyamfi And Opare Addo – Murtala
Member of Parliament for Tamale Central, Ibrahim Murtala Muhammed is worried about the division being caused by the ongoing feud between Brogya Gyanfi, Sammy Gyamfi and George Opare Addo. He claimed that the three party members must face consequences for what he sees as indiscipline in the aftermath of the National
Democratic Congress (NDC) National Youth Organiser election on December 10. The MP made these remarks on ’Thursday, December 15, 2022. “… I think these three individuals are misbehaving. And to be very honest, I think that the party should sanction them. The party should make them understand that none of them,
neither Sammy Gyamfi or Brogya Genfi or Pablo are bigger than the party,” he said. The NDC held its Youth and Women Organiser election last Saturday. Opare Addo and Ernest Yaw Brogya Genfi ran for the position of national youth organizer, the former emerging victorious. Following the election, embattled
Brogya Genfi, claimed that the election results were rigged, and prompting him to file a legal challenge. Meanwhile, Opare Addo claimed that the Party’s communication officer, Sammy Gyamfi, was anti-John Mahama and openly supported his friend Yaw Brogya Genfi in the poll. Subsequently, Genfi was defeated by a margin
of 25 votes. In an interview, Pablo challenged the communications officer to reveal how he came to obtain his plush mansions and added that Sammy Gyamfi had become an obstacle he intended to overcome. In response to Pablo’s accusations, Sammy Gyamfi has also stated that he did not break the law by supporting
Brogya Gyenfi. The communication officer for the NDC stated that Pablo ought to stop spreading what he believes are lies and misinformation about him. Sammy Gyamfi, Pablo, and Brogya Genfi’s disagreements, in Murtala Muhammed’s opinion, constituted misbehavior, and as a result, he asserted that the party should punish the three of them.