Social media activist, A Plus, today has dropped another banger on social media. Today, he descended on the Nana Addo led administration. From the post, he indirectly mocked the President Nana Addo and denigrated four important policies of the NPP. He sent a dare to Ghanaians to name just one program of Nana Addo that is not on life support. He said if anyone listed even one, he would show that person a "prostitute who is a virgin".
He named four policies of Nana Addo, attaching some sort of nicknames which better described how he saw those policies. They are as follows;
1.Free SHS, which he nicknamed as Free Passco
2.One District One Factory which he named as "One District, One bodobodo store"
3.One village, one dam (One village, one pothole)
4.Planting for food and Jobs.
He later claimed that Nana Addo was a boastful person. A Plus went ahead to mock Nana Addo that he could not run Ghana, a small country. He further reminded Nana Addo of a statement that Mahama asked him before, "Have you been President before? Do you know what it takes to be President?"
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