The Minority Leader in Parliament, Haruna Iddrisu, says he holds no grudges against Sammy Gyamfi, the Communications Officer of the National Democratic Congress (NDC).
Early this year, Sammy Gyamfi accused the Speaker and Minority MPs of ‘brazenly defying the party’s leadership and betrayed the collective good for their selfish interest,’ during the approval of President Akufo-Addo’s ministerial nominees.
Meanwhile, According to the Minority Leader in Parliament, “I have been National Youth Organiser of the party. I just didn’t become a Minority Leader. I have been MP for Tamale South, a seat I hold strongly and dear, and I will continue to preserve and protect it for the NDC even if I decide to whistle out in the foreseen future.”
“I bear no grudge in my heart against any person, and I don’t go to bed [with grudges]…You’ve heard people talk a lot about Haruna…there have been some abuses and insults…mine is that time is a better and fairer judge.”
The Minority Leader said that he considered attempts by some individuals to impugn his integrity for failing to ensure that some of the nominees the NDC party proposed not to be approved are carried out.
The Tamale South MP admitted that the Minority Caucus fell short of the expectations of, especially NDC loyalists but not the law in the approval of the ministerial nominees.