PPPs accusation is "frivolous" and "childish" - Apaak
A Presidential Staffer Dr. Clement Apaak has described as infantile, a description of him and colleague presidential staffer, Michael Kpessah Whyte, as partisan wolfs in objective sheepskin.
The charge was leveled against them by PPP Communications team member Paa Kow Ackon.
He wondered why the two presented themselves as objective analysts and civil society workers when, according to him, they had partisan inclinations.
Responding to the accusations on Radio XYZ’s Breakfast Show, Dr. Apaak said the PPP’s accusations are baseless and childish.
“Usually I wouldn’t respond to this type of childish accusations and propositions but since you have me online…I only think that it fair that I express my disappointment at the attitude of some players in the political arena in this country,” Dr. Apaak said.
According to Dr. Apaak, both him and Dr. Kpesah Whyte are Ghanaians and qualify to work in any sector of the country.
“Both Kpesah Whyte and myself are Ghanaians…regardless of what we doing before we were appointed, the basic fact is that we are qualified, we have something to contribute and we are going to do exactly that”.