The Member of Parliament for Dome Kwabenya, Sarah Adwoa Safo, will not apologise for cliaming credit for the construction of a community day school in her constituecy by former President John Mahama, her aide has said.
He made the comments after a fake apology letter surfaced on social media claiming that the MP has rendered an apology for the gaffe.
She has been called a “liar” by functionaries of the National Democratic Congress for claiming that she lobbied the World Bank for the school to built in her constituency.
The World Bank has strongly denied working with her on the project, saying they deal with governments and not individuals.
Following that, she has been heavily trolled on social media on the matter.
Reacting to the fake apology letter, her aide, Dr Emmanuel Boakye said Ms Safo will “never ever apologise.”
He told Accra-based Class FM that the letter is a “ridiculous, complete palpable lie,” adding: “It is an agenda of the NDC and then they tickle themselves and start laughing.”
“I suspect any of the NDC gurus. We stand by it and continue to stand by it. We will never ever apologise,” Dr Boakye added.