Kwame Asare-Obeng who is popularly known as Aplus has revealed on his Facebook page that Ex President of Ghana, John Dramani Mahama deserves a national apology from Ghanaians. He made this statement when he shared a sad message Finance Minister Ken Ofori Atta revealed to graduates both fresh ones and old ones who are looking forward for government to employ them.
Finance Minister Ken Ofori Atta on his speech at UPSA reveals an unfortunate news to the students that the government payroll is full. He therefore encouraged the students to venture into entrepreneurship. Entering into entrepreneurship will help the country's economy grow as owners of the businesses can also employ other graduates or people.
After Aplus shared this post on his Facebook page. A lot of his followers also expressed their views.
Let's see some of the comments from his followers;What do you think about this news? Do you think John Mahama deserves a national apology as Aplus is saying? Let us know what you think in the comment section.
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