May 22, 2024

An operative of the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC), James Agbey has heavily descended on a Deputy Communication Director of the ruling New Patriotic Party (NPP), Ernest Owusu-Bempeh for his consistency attacks on the flagbearer of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), John Dramani Mahama.

According to him, the attacks are needless and such a comical character parading himself as a political actor is a stain on our country.

“Ernest Owusu-Bempah infamously has no shame when it comes to disparaging others, but he should make an exception and be ashamed of his recent, continuing attacks on former President John Mahama.”

“Instead, he continues to prove that he is a man without character and backbone.”

In a statement copied to Elvisanokyenews.com, James Agbbey underscored that politicians have a duty to uphold the highest standards so allowing characters like Owusu-Bempah to taint the halls of power risks the very foundation of our democracy.

“Politicians have a duty to uphold the highest standards. We are entrusted by the public to safeguard and protect our democracy. Failing to do so and allowing characters like Owusu-Bempah to taint the halls of power risks the very foundation of our democracy.” He said.

The NDC operative warned that they will deal with Owusu Bempah ruthlessly if the attacks continue.

“It is no secret that this weakling and pathetic stooge is incredibly fixated with the former president. Let me assure him that we have taken notice of him and we’re coming for him.”

“I, James Agbey, acting on behalf of my colleague operatives in the NDC can assure Owusu-Bempah that the NPP will be sent parking out of the Jubilee House on December 7 through the ballot box, and there’s absolutely nothing he can do about that. However, if his likes decides to play the long game, then he should be ready to pay the price for his clownish politics.” The statement read.

Read the full statement by James Agbey below:

For Immediate Release

Tuesday 2nd January 2024

NDC Operative warns: We will deal ruthlessly with Owusu-Bempah if his attacks on Mahama continues
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I have become aware of yet another dose of Ernest Owusu-Bempah’s mindless drivel directed at His Excellency¬†John Dramani Mahama, the former president of Ghana.

Ernest Owusu-Bempah infamously has no shame when it comes to disparaging others, but he should make an exception and be ashamed of his recent, continuing attacks on former President John Mahama.

Instead, he continues to prove that he is a man without character and backbone.

His Facebook post yesterday was almost deranged in its utter lack of conviction. Typical of Owusu-Bempah, he once again portrayed President Mahama as a failure, and even went further to assassinate the character of the former president.

I’ve long been convinced that this Owusu-Bempah boy ought to have his head examined. His blend of nastiness, pettiness and general mental incompetence marked him out as a social misfit.

Indeed, it is quite astonishing just how little Owusu-Bempah cares for anyone but himself yet managed to persuade a decent chunk of NPP insiders that he is fit enough to work as a public servant in a department that was incorporated under the Mahama/Mahama regime .

Owusu-Bempah has got the comfort blanket of Ghana Gas Company Limited to keep him warm and so he feels he is untouchable.

When are these twats in government going to wake up and realise that Ghana isn’t their personal property?

That we have such a comical character parading himself as a politcal player is a stain on our country.

Quite clearly, the likes of Owusu-Bempah hasn’t figured out yet that picking a curious series of public fights on social media and its related confrontational stunts also reflects his thinking as a public servant.

Politicians have a duty to uphold the highest standards. We are entrusted by the public to safeguard and protect our democracy. Failing to do so and allowing characters like Owusu-Bempah to taint the halls of power risks the very foundation of our democracy.

It is no secret that this weakling and pathetic stooge is incredibly fixated with the former president. Let me assure him that we have taken notice of him and we’re coming for him.

I, James Agbey, acting on behalf of my colleague operatives in the NDC can assure Owusu-Bempah that the NPP will be sent parking out of the Jubilee House on December 7 through the ballot box, and there’s absolutely nothing he can do about that. However, if his likes decides to play the long game, then he should be ready to pay the price for his clownish politics.

He should toughen up, and hide his face.

Signed:
James Agbey –
NDC Operative

Source: Elvisanokyenews.com

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