Mr. Sammy Gyamfi, the National Communications Officer of the National Democractic Congress (NDC), has repeated the party’s stance on not to appear on Peace FM’s Kokrokoo morning show.
Mr Gyamfi, reacted to the rumours that the NDC party has ‘begged’ the media house to allow them appear on Kokrokoo morning show, which is hosted by Kwame Sefa Kayi.
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The Outspoken NDC communications officer, took to his twitter page to reiterate and also respond to the rumours making rounds, Mr Gyamfi said: “The NDC has never and will never beg to appear on ‘Kokrokoo.’ The Communication Bureau that I lead, does not intend to ever return to that show.”
Mr Gyamfi in his post, further described the Kokrokoo show as an overhyped morning show.
Read his post below:
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 Gyamfi (@SammyGyamfi2017) September 19, 2020
The opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) boycotted Peace FM’s morning show, Kookrokoo, since 6th May 2020.
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The decision, according to National Communication Officer of the party, Sammy Gyamfi, said is due to “unfair paneling” by producers and host of the show, Kwame Sefa Kayi.
In a press statement, it read, “The reason for this boycott has to do with the unreasonable decision of the Producers and Host of the program to permanently reserve one (1) of the two (2) slots the party has traditionally had on Wednesdays on the show to Mr. Allotey Jacobs, who is often introduced by the host of the program as a “Social Commentator with strong leanings to the NDC”, ostensibly to spite the NDC.”