The president, Nana Addo Danquah Akufo Addo has made a duty upon himself that he will always make a nationwide tour of all the regions in the country to; check the level of development in each region, the challenges each region faces and to inspect ongoing projects by the government.
So this year, as part his promise, he has travelled to the Upper East region and the North East to do as such. The next on his list was the Savannah, the home region of the former president Mahama, where he met with opinion leaders of the region including the Yagbonwura.
In his speech, he applauds the people of the region for delivering three seats to the ruling party including Damango, the regional capital and urged them to give the NPP more seats come 2024.
It was after listening to his speech that some Ghanaians realized that the president was not speaking with the energy and enthusiasm as he is known for. As a matter of fact, he is the one that comes next to the late former president Rawlings among the fourth republican heads of state.
But he was not seen with the same confidence he usually exhibits anytime he is delivering a speech. So this necessitate a social media user among many other users to comment "Mr. president you don't look so well"
It is however unclear what will be worrying the Ghanaian bold leader not to speak with great confidence and boldness.
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