Gabby Asare Otchere Darko, a leading member of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) and the Executive Director of the Danquah Institute, has responded to Blakofe’s recent talks on her resignation from her government appointment.
He responded to a story in which Akua Djanie Manfo aka Blakofe had said some people in the New Patriotic Party (NPP) wanted to take her life after she resigned as Deputy Director of the Ghana Tourism Development Company (GTDC) a few days ago.
In his post on Facebook, Gabby described Blakofe’s utterances as annoying, adding that after resigning on principle it was not necessary for her to be launching negative attacks against the government.
“These are some of the little things that piss NPP folks right off. You joined the campaign at the very end. You were first seen to be pro-Mahama but apparently fell out over what exactly we don’t know. The leadership acknowledged your campaign contribution and your value and rewarded you with an appointment to help your country,” he wrote.
“You resigned on principle and, in fact, won a lot of admiration (from me and many others) for that. But, now it seems like you want to start a wholly negative campaign against the government. Who would want to kill you, Madam? Let’s get serious! Frankly, your utterances are getting annoying and making people feel that you have a more sinister motive. I hope not…” he continued.