Activist and journalist with TV XYZ, Okatakyie Afrifa Mensah has boldly stated the obvious truth which many Ghanaians and government officials have refused to see. It has become a norm of the country, Ghana, that Presidents of the land must meet the press to have an encounter or interaction with them on the governance of the country. Now is the time when this must be done considering the high and heavy impact of moving to the IMF for an economic bailout.
Okatakyie Afrifa Mensah shared his observations with Ghanaians, which is that, instead of the President and his team organizing a "Meet The Press" session after 3 years, they are rather sending ministers and appointees who have already failed in their duties. One key example is the Information Minister.
"3 years, No Presidential Media encounter. Instead of organizing one to explain recent happenings, they have sent a tall list of already non-performing appointees to various radio/tv stations during working hours. May sense locates this PR Gov't", Okatakyie Afrifa Mensah wrote.
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