Johnson Asiedu Nketiah, who is the General Secretary of the the largest oppostion party in Ghana which is the National Democratic Congress thinks the president of Ghana Nana Addo Dankwah Akuffo Addo is being attacked spiritually, which has left him with no idea on how to run his government.
According to the secretary, the President seems to be "careless" about the fact the that he has chosen bad leaders and people who are underperforming in his government.
During a radio interview on Neat FM's morning show, he said that "something is controlling the President"
He also made a comments on the president's accusations about NDC members wanting a reshuffling in his government.
This comments come after the President, on his two day tour to the Northern Region said that some NDC members wanting to destabilize his government and also people looking for jobs.
The president believes that his appointees are performing up to expectations so there is no need for reshuffling.
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