If Ghanaians can recall, it hasn't been long when President Akuffo Addo made headlines following his response to a question he was asked during an interview with chairman general, Kwame Sefa Kayi on Peace FM. During the interview, the President was asked about how far he is going with e-blocks and chipped in with the one at Aflao which has been left untouched.
The President's reply made him go viral that particular day and is still trending. Some people saw the President's response as harsh. Another section of people didn't seem to see it that way but saw it as some kind of motivation to the Aflao chief so he can also help contribute to the development of his community and the country at large.
According to Sammy Gyamfi, the president's response was hard and he needs to apologize to the Aflao chief.
He went on to say that he is expecting the National House of Chiefs as well as the Volta House of Chiefs to come out and condemn the President and also to demand an apology.
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