Ningo Prampram Member of Parliament, Sam Nartey George has stressed that not all politicians are liars as is widely believed.
He says, he does his best to stick with the truth in whatever he does.
“I do my best to speak the truth. I speak the truth,” he told Deloris Frimpong Manso, alias Delay on a yet-to-be aired episode of the Delay Show.
In a promo shared by the presenter on her social media handle, she challenged Sam George’s claim during the Ayawaso bye-election years ago that a man had been killed, which account turned out to be false.
Sam George explained the said incident:
“If you see a man whose head is smashed with a block and he is lying down and not responding to any prompts, ‘wake up, wake up, wake up,’ and he is still; you lift him and he slumps. How does a dead body behave?”
Challenged further that he was not a medic and couldn’t make the death pronouncement he defended his stance:
“From what I have seen, he resembles a dead body to me, so I have said it, I wasn’t being a politician, I was being real.”
Watch a promo of the upcoming interview:
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