The outspoken and fearless host of the Egyaso Egyaso show, Afia Pokuaa has sent a piece of strong advice but a warning-like message to the Minister for Trade and Industry, Honorable Alan Kojo Kyeremanten, who is also a Presidential Hopeful. She revealed on her show that she has noted how some Akyem people in the current government are trying to force Alan to meddle in affairs that he need not associate himself with.
"I feel sorry for people like Alan. Alan Kyeremanten has come out to defend this IMF thing. Meanwhile, Alan was not amongst the people who made the economy of Ghana sink. The Akyem people have abandoned him. I feel sorry for Bawumia too. Because they have locked Bawumia in a tight room. Let me tell you the truth, Dr. Bawumia must be a successor. My advice to you Alan is that, do not dare talk about the economy. The people who have sunk us to the IMF must be the people who must speak. You are not part of them.", she said.
Afia Pokuaa further revealed some strange secrets although Alan Kyeremanten is the Trade Minister, the government officials have been taking all the contracts. Afia told Alan to allow Ken Ofori Atta to take over and resolve or defend what he has destroyed.
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