A member of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) Communications team Saadat Nabila Ablayi is in disagreement with some of the party footsoldiers who want appointing authorities to revoke the appointment of Gilbert Abeiku Aggrey popularly known as Abeiku Santana as the ambassador of Ghana’s Covid-19 National Trust Fund.
Saadat Nabila Ablayi says, It’s not Abeiku Santana appointment that will deny them job opportunities, scholarships among many. He indicated that, most of the Party bigwigs in key positions do not even help the grassroots supporters.
He made the statement after the Alliance for Footsoldiers Advocacy (AFFA) has called on the the Board of Trustees of Ghana’s COVID-19 National Trust Fund to reconsider the appointment of Abeiku Santana and immediately withdraw the Ambassadorial appointment of Abeiku Santana as soon as possible or have itself to blame in the coming days.
He said, “It’s about the people we worked with who has been sorted and they don’t see the need to support us to grow.”
“The person you congratulated during his appointment, what has he done to support you? Does the person who appointed Abeiku Santana knows you? Don’t tell me, it could have been given to a foot soldier. The about 99.9 % of appointment that has been given to party people, what have they done to support you?” He asked.
“Well, until we are bold to tell those we are closer to who has been sorted to stop the greed and support us, we will soon lament on everything. Yesterday, I read some where when they were subtly advocating for the removal of old folks who had appointments during kufour era 🤣🤣🤣”
“Let me tell you, those old folks are even more generous than the new guards.” He said in a Facebook post intercepted by Coverghana.com.gh
On 23rd March, 2021, Board of Trustees of Ghana’s COVID-19 National Trust Fund has announced the appointment of Gilbert Abeiku Aggrey popularly known as Abeiku Santana, a broadcast journalist and a failed parliamentary aspirant of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) as an Ambassador of Ghana’s COVID-19 National Trust Fund.”