Leave NPP Or You’ll Go Hungry! – Bulldog Cautions Socrates Sarfo
Artiste Manager, Lawrence Nana Asiamah, known in showbiz as Bulldog has warned movie producer, Socrates Sarfo against his unflinching support for the ruling New Patriotic Party (NPP).
Socrates Sarfo, who is the Director for Creative Arts at the National Commission on Culture (NCC) and a number one member for NPP’s Creative Arts for Change, recently cried to President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo to return to his aid because he’s suffering at his workplace.
Socrates Sarfo bemoaned the treatment he’s subjected to within the hands of his colleague workers and further claimed he is not received his monthly salary since he was appointed in his capacity as Director of Creative Arts.
“If somebody is listening, they ought to tell the President that a number of us are becoming tired . . . The frustration is too much. We’ve been quiet for much too long and it’s some people feels being quiet means you’re stupid. No! Being quiet is giving people time to reform. We’ve voted for a party.
The President is doing whatever he can do but there are people that don’t understand why they’re even in office. There are people who don’t understand and value whatever they have been assigned to do. Somebody should tell the President; something is wrong.
” . . We can’t come and sit here on an empty stomach for four years. We finish and that we go and beg friends for food and at the top of the day. People sit in certain places and that they want to be carried in palanquins and hail their praises. For what!,” Socrates Sarfo blurted out.
But Socrates now says he has resolved his situation. He has joined the NPP campaign train for victory within the December 7 general elections.
Contributing to Okay FM’s ‘Best Entertainment‘ with host Halifax Ansah Addo, Bulldog held strongly that Socrates Sarfo will start complaining bitterly soon because his party will disappoint him again. He stated emphatically that Socrates Sarfo will go hungry for subsequent four years.
In solidarity, Bulldog extended an invitation to Socrates Sarfo to defect from the NPP and join the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC).