A prominent politician and NPP presidential candidate finally stepped out to "spit out the harsh truth about the Akufo Addo regime," according to recent circulating news that has caused intense discussion, discussions, and disputes across all social media platforms.
In a recent interview with Asempa FM, Addai-Nimoh, a presidential candidate for the NPP, stated that he was undoubtedly disappointed in President Akufo Addo along with other top NPP officials who never received any appointments to serve the country under the ruling party even though they were significantly more qualified than the majority of ministers under the incumbent government.
Additionally, the NPP presidential hopeful Addai-Nimoh disclosed that despite winning the most competitive elections at KNUST in the 1991–1992 academic year, when he was elected SRC President and became extremely qualified in terms of his field of study, President Akufo Addo never gave him any appointments.
The NPP presidential candidate Addai-Nimoh adamantly stated, "I expected an appointment in government but Akufo Addo neglected me; I am really unhappy like most of our party members."
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