Along the twisty path of politics, we are sometimes presented with people with strange and oftentimes, logically pathetic viewpoints when issues requiring sound judgements and analysis are being discussed.
AlhassanSuhuyini is on Newsfile not contributing to the main topic under discussion but veering far away from the cogent issues his co-panelists have brought on board.
While the totality of Ghana's debt portfolio is being looked at with reasons behind where we are and what measures ideal to deal with it, Suhuyini is running away into a different field altogether.
Quoting a tweet supposed to have come from the Vice President of the Republic, Suhuyini alleged that the then vice presidential candidate tweeted that the NPP would never borrow for the country's developmental agenda.
The Office of the Vice President has shot down that propaganda-laden tweet supposedly coming from the Veep's Twitter account as a figment of the perverted imaginations of Suhuyini and his partners within the NDC family.
Usually, such intellectual discussions should elicit outcomes which both viewers and listeners can hold on to and make informed extrapolations. Suhuyini's arguments were not only nourished with factual inaccuracies but also outright lies and fabrications.
AlhassanSuhuyini is consistently illogical in his submissions. He picks issues which appeal to him and disregards those that twinge him.
His claim of the tweet having come from the Vice President's Twitter account has exposed him as a serial liar who wastes his mind generating lies against people of great repute in the country.
Consistently, members of the opposition National Democratic Congress have tried to discredit Vice President MahamuduBawumia with all sorts of invented stories simply because the Vice President is their nightmare.
The belief is that, Dr.Bawumia is seen by the NDC as their greatest nemesis and that the NDC making strides in our political space in future depends upon Dr.Bawumia being degraded.
Source: P.K. Sarpong / [email protected]
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