Adomako Baafi must apologize unreservedly to Dr. Amoako Tuffuor

Amoako Tuffour Insult Dr. Amoako Tuffuor

Thu, 7 Dec 2017 Source: Kwadwo Tufuor

Adomako Baafi has not been fair in his utterance about Dr Amoako Tuffuor and we therefore join the forces and voice of the Ga Adangme Youth to call on him Adomako Baafi to apologise to Dr. Amoako Tuffuor.

Adomako Baafi on Oman Fm and on social media has made unprintable comments against Dr. Amoako Tuffuor as been a controversial man and that he should shut up following a false statement attributed to him. Dr Amoako Tuffuor has since denied the said statement and is taking appropriate steps to deal with that news or media network.

It must be stated as a fact that Dr. Amoako Tuffuor never criticised the free SHS. He simply made a comment on the Ghana School Feeding Program. Dr. Amoako Tuffuor never erred in commenting since there is a saying that "The sower is the only person who knows the seed he has sowed and his expected fruit".

He was making recommendations to the current National Coordinator of the *Ghana School Feeding Program* and not *Free SHS*.

Adomako Baafi out of curiosity jumped on Dr. Amoako Tuffuor who has toiled hard for the party, and showered him with unwholesome words. As a communicator, we thought Adomako Baafi would have brushed the issue as news masterminded by the opposition. We believe that as a party faithful, he should have called Dr. Amoako Tuffuor to ascertain the truth or otherwise of the said comment.

Adomako Baafi's actions and inactions make us believe he has a personal problem and thought that was the right time to hit him.

However, if you hit Dr. Amoako Tuffuor and NPP, we would not sit down but expose our teeth to show that we the youth at the grassroots can bite.

If Adomako Baafi sees himself as having worked hard to bring the party to power, then he has no moral right to denigrate the image of Dr Amoako Tuffuor who has a legacy and would always be remembered for bringing the Ghana School Feeding Program to Ghana.

We are given him (Adomako Baafi) a week to apologise for his unguarded comments or face our wrath.

Columnist: Kwadwo Tufuor