Member of Parliament for Ningo-Prampram Constituency Sam Nartey George has descended heavily on Convener of pressure group Mass Action Committee (MAC), Atik Mohammed.
The former General Secretary of the People’s National Convention (PNC) had called for the arrest of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) lawmaker for storming the City Escape Hotel at Airport last Saturday to question the basis of a meeting being held by some officials of the Electoral Commission, Ghana (EC).
Sam George had secured a high court injunction on the meeting at the hotel’s branch in Prampram and so went to the Airport branch – in the company of some NDC sympathisers – after getting wind of the exercise taking place.
But in a statement on Tuesday, Atik Mohammed called for the NDC MP to be collared as he was there to cause mayhem.
In response to this call, Sam George has taken to his Facebook page to lambast Atik Mohammed, accusing him of engaging in “cheap political prostitution”.
He said the former PNC executive once lobbied to be taken to Ibrahim Mahama, the brother of NDC leader John Mahama, after spuing invectives against then candidate, Nana Akufo-Addo.
“You took 25 minutes of my time saying all kind of unprintable things about then candidate Nana Addo and how you wanted me to take you to my ‘friend’, Ibrahim.
“You swore how much damage an ‘independent’ person like you could do".
“Listening to you, I saw a hungry young man with no scruples, principles or integrity".
“You would sell your mother if it would put a few cedis in your pocket.”
Find Sam George’s post below:
I may have been undecided as you put it (which is rather false and pathetic) but when I decided, I crossed the rubicon. I have served my political party with my strength, intellect and heart. Can you say the same? Which political party do you even belong to? You are a pathetic political prostitute that offers yourself cheaply. It is repulsive.
Let me refresh your memory about our chance meeting at the washing bay at the Shell filling station along the Liberation Road. You took 25 minutes of my time saying all kind of unprintable things about then candidate Nana Addo and how you wanted me to take you to my ‘friend’, Ibrahim. You swore how much damage an ‘independent’ person like you could do. Listening to you, I saw a hungry young man with no scruples, principles or integrity. You would sell your mother if it would put a few cedis in your pocket.
I have friends across the political divide but none can ever say I have sold out my political persuasion for any gain. You accuse me of violence? Well, weaklings like you call confidence and conviction with a drive to pursue what one believes in as violence. It is unsurprising. The drive to fight for what one believes in is alien to you as your only concern is your shallow pocket. I may have excused you if you were pricey.
I challenge you to strict proof of my violence? You claim I went to the City Escape Hotel with 100 people? A cheap mercenary who tells unintelligent lies? How did I take the 100 people there? Were you there or you are regurgitating the silly lies whispered into your ears? It is a blatant lie that even if spewed a million times would not stick. That’s how witless your lie is.
Get a life Atik. Find yourself a job. I have one that paid me a salary only yesterday. What do you do for a living aside cheap political prostitution? I have a full dossier of the several attempts you have made to be put on a retainer across the NDC and the NPP. With each response, I would reveal yet another cheap attempted sale you engaged in. And whilst contemplating your next response, tell us why you were sacked from your position as General Secretary of the PNC. Such a disgrace to young politicians across the political divide.
This is a wrong contract. Return the money and save your head. Is it not interesting that in responding to me, you tag 4 NPP individuals? Are they your backing vocalists? Or your hype men? Do you share the contract money with them? Joker!
By Hon Sam George
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