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The recent circulating news about the incumbent President, Nana Akufo Addo’s statement to the chief of Aflao over completion and commissioning of the E-block has sparked massive stir, debates and arguments across all social media platforms as residents of the community have finally reacted to the alarming issue.
Not long ago, the incumbent President, Nana Akufo Addo was invited over for an interview by Kwame Sefa Kayi on Peace Fm as the President also took the privilege to address certain pressing issues in the country.
However, an unexpected statement by President Akufo-Addo when asked about worries raised by the chief of Aflao, Togbui Amenya over uncompleted E-block in the community has got most Ghanaians deliberating on the alarming issue considering how some politicians have boldly come out to urged Nana Addo to apologize for his clapback at Tobgui Amenya.
With respect to this, some residents of Aflao who weren’t happy with the incumbent President, Nana Akufo Addo’s responds to Togbui Amenya’s plea have taken the privilege to massively react to the alarming issue.
Speaking in a recent interview on TV3 Network, one of the residents of Aflao who boldly took the privilege to speak up highlighted that, he was disappointed on hearing such statement by President Akufo Addo over the construction of the E-Block as he urged the incumbent President to apologize to Togbui Amenya before Tuesday.
”The way the President is talking to the Aflao paramount Chief because of that school over there it’s hardly painful. The President is suppose to come back to the paramount Chief to come and apologize to the whole whole Aflao because Aflao is a big town and the gateway for the whole of Africa. The way the President said the paramount Chief should go and complete the E-block if he’s not satisfied; we’re not going to sit down and listen to that speech from the President. We are not going to beg him to come and beg Togbui. President Akufo Addo has up to Monday to come back and apologize to Tobgui IV. We want to hear something from him”, resident emphatically stated.
Even though most prominent politicians and Ghanaians as a whole have boldly come out to urged the incumbent President, Nana Akufo Addo to apologize to the Chief of Aflao over his unexpected comment, others have also expressed worries ahead of the most anticipated 2024 elections as the NPP looks forward to ‘breaking the 8’.
Do you think that the incumbent President, Nana Akufo Addo should apologize to the residents of Aflao for his response to Togbui over completion of the E-block even though most individuals claim otherwise?
Do you think that, President Akufo Addo would have given the same response to Okyehene or Otumfuo even though most Ghanaians claim otherwise?
Let’s know your thoughts in the comment section below.
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