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He Forced Himself Into An Economic Lecturer And That's Why Everyone Blames Him- A Plus Fires Bawumia

The continuous criticisms channelled towards Ghana's 2nd gentleman of the land, His Excellency Vice President Dr Mahamudu Bawumia has caused A Plus a Ghanaian Musician to also fire or criticize him for his numerous lectures he had when the New Patriotic Party was in opposition.

On Kwame Asare Obeng's Facebook platform he narrated how Ghanaians React to issues that occur in the country. In his own opinion Ghanaians normally put the blames on the Vice President Dr Mahamudu Bawumia when things are not going well in the country, especially things relating to the economic issues.

And on the other hand, when the country or nation is making great improvement or achieving great things Ghanaians turn to give the glory and praise to the Minister of Finance Ken Ofori Atta.

Ken Ofori Atta, Finance Minister

He wrote, "When the economy is not doing well, it is Bawumia's fault. If there is some positive news, all hail Ken Ofori Atta."

And in justifying these actions of Ghanaians, A Plus realized that, the fact that Dr Bawumia took upon himself to be an economic lecturer when the New Patriotic Party (NPP) was in opposition and fighting to gain power has caused the masses to put blames on him when the economy is not doing well.

Dr Mahamudu Bawumia, Vice President of Ghana

He also wrote that, "Aswell, nobody forced Bawumia to turn himself into an economic lecturer in opposition."

Below is the post the popular highlife musician A Plus posted on his Facebook platform this evening.

A Plus has indeed given his own opinion about what people say about both the Finance Minister Ken Ofori Atta and Vice President Dr Mahamudu Bawumia.

But as a matter of fact most Ghanaians always put the blame of the Vice President when the economy is not doing well. A practical example is when the Cedi depreciated to over 6 cedis to a dollar. And even when the inflation figures move upwards into double digits people also put the blame on Dr Bawumia.

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