Casely Hayford does not deserve Adwoa Safo’s response – Nana Nkrumah

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The Spokesperson for Hon. Sarah Adwoa Safo who is also an Executive member of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) in the Dome-Kwabenya Constituency, Isaac Nana Nkrumah, has rubbished a call by Sydney Casely Hayford for President Nana Akufo-Addo to force the Dome Kwabenya legislator to apologize for her reckless comments.

Speaking on Citi FM, Mr Casely Hayford, called on President Akufo-Addo to force the Dome Kwabenya legislator who is also the Minister of State at the Office of the Presidency responsible for Procurement to apologize for her false comments or cause her outright dismiss.

But the spokesperson, Nana Nkrumah, speaking on Okay FM on Monday, rubbished the call and asked the host, Kwame Nkrumah Tikesie, to treat with contempt the baseless call by Mr Casely Hayford.

According to the spokesperson, Mr Casely Hayford spoke from an uninformed position hence his call on all those interested in knowing the facts to ignore him and others who are making ugly noises in the media.

Isaac Nana Nkrumah insisted on the show that Hon. Adwoa Safo was the one who acquired the land for the project after she had negotiated with the World Bank to have the project in her constituency. The world bank, in its earlier response to the controversial issue, stated emphatically, that, the institution does not deal with individuals, more so, it does not determine where government projects are cited.

When the host and the former Chief Executive, asked him why Mr Annan did not include Madam Adwoa Safo in his contempt suit since she claimed was the person who acquired the land, the Spokesperson asked for time to consult his boss for the appropriate answer.

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