John Mahama hurt my feelings after all the sacrifices I made for him – Sam George

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Ningo Prampram Member of Parliament, Sam Nartey George states one of the worst minutes of his life was when former President John Mahama failed to support him when he chose to contest ET Mensah in the 2015 NDC parliamentary primaries.

According to Sam George, he felt extremely hurt by the previous President’s actions after compromising whatever for him.

Speaking in an interview with Accra based Neat FM, the outspoken lawmaker said all he needed from the then President was assistance against ET Mensah however the NDC Flagbearer flatly turned him down and informed him that ET Mensah is a senior member of the NDC and will pick him (ET Mensah) over Sam George.

The Ningo Prampram MP entered parliament in 2017 having actually dethroned long time MP and party stalwart, ET Mensah, who had actually been MP considering that 1996, with a margin of more than 2,000 votes.

After the NDC’s internal elections in 2015, ET Mensah implicated him of maligning and denigrating him during the campaign.

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But speaking on Neat FM, Sam George revealed that failure by Mr. Mahama to support his campaign hurt him.

“I was very hurt, very very hurt and I’ve had the opportunity to discuss this issue with John Mahama post-everything. I told him, you see people are blaming you and your brother because they think you sponsored me to contest ET Mensah but when I came to you, I begged you to help me but you said ET Mensah is a senior member of your administration, I am a younger member of your administration so you will not support me against a senior member.”

“I felt hurt because I’ve sacrificed a lot for him on several occasions. He said he had too much respect for ET Mensah and won’t fuel my ambition to unseat ET Mensah. And I’m saying it with all conviction and the truth that Mahama did not give me one pesewa and I was hurt,” he said.

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