2020 elections: NDC made mistakes – Sammy Gyamfi admits


• Sammy Gyamfi has conceded that the NDC was not careful enough in the 2020 decisions


• He has blamed the EC and NPP for conspiring to fix the surveys


• He says the NDC has taken in its examples and will be extra careful in the 2024 decisions

Sammy Gyamfi, the National Communications Officer of the National Democratic Congress has surrendered that the party messed itself up in the 2020 decisions.

Gyamfi said on Metro TV’s One On One show which circulated on Monday (October 11, 2021), that the party’s cautiousness at the surveying stations was a long way from acceptable.


The NDC’s inability to be careful and the conspiracy of the Electoral Commission and the overseeing New Patriotic Party, Sammy Gyamfi believes prompted the loss the party recorded.

He anyway guaranteed that examples have been learned and that the NDC will be extra cautious at the surveying station in 2024.

Emphasizing John Mahama’s ‘sink or swim’ comment, Sammy Gyamfi said that the NDC will enact all legitimate polling form defensive measures during the 2024 decisions.

“In any case, for the way that we committed specific errors which the NPP exploited with the assistance of the Jean Mensa-drove commission, we would have won force. I accept that we might have been more cautious at the surveying station where I accept a great deal of polling form stuffing occurred. That is the reason we are saying that we’ve gained from our missteps and we will be extra cautious in 2024. It will be sink or swim.”

Sammy Gyamfi also made light of ideas by Vice President Bawumia that the party played the ancestral card in the 2020 races.

He guarded that the party executed an issue-based mission that was without individual and ancestral assaults.

“I don’t have the foggiest idea how anyone can blame the NDC or John Mahama for playing ancestral legislative issues on the grounds that the NDC is the main public mass ideological group in the country. The party is comprised of individuals from mass and various foundations in the country.

“From 1992 till now, we’ve picked pioneers from different foundations. Rawlings from the Volta Region, Professor Mills from the Central Region and President Mahama from the North. I don’t know our siblings from the NPP can say same. They have just picked southerners to be their official up-and-comers. On the off chance that you take the bad habit official position as well, you’ll see a similar pattern. We don’t separate. We consider Ghanaians to be one individuals,” he said.

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