The president of the Republic of Ghana, Nana Addo Dankwa Akuffo Addo's official Facebook page has been interesting for most of his fans these days as he keeps posting valuable content that either inspires or provokes them. We can say for a fact that the number of inspiration that his fans have drawned from his daily updates has far outnumbered the provocations.
Today, as at the time of this writing, just within three minutes that the president have posted the update of the courtesy call of the Ethiopian Prime Minister on his Facebook wall, several reactions have started flopping in. The post of the president on his Facebook page can be seen in the image below. As you would notice in the image, it has been posted just three minutes at the time of writing.
The call was described as a courtesy call and was gingered at strengthening relations between Ethiopia and Ghana. One could agree that the issue of the strengthening of relations between Ethiopia and Ghana is of much concern to both parties. We can recall that recently, certain delegates from the Ethiopian parliament were in Ghana, and had a courtesy call on the speaker of parliament, Alban Bagbin. Some of the massive reactions from the fans on the page of the president can be seen in the image below.
In the reactions, a cameroonian by the name Jonzo praised the president, calling him a gift to Ghana and Africa. He made it known in his comment that he is from Cameroon, but does admire the leadership of the president of Ghana, Nana Addo Dankwa Akuffo Addo. The question that Wysopera would like to pose in the first place is whether Ghanaians also admire the president as such.
However, a Facebook user by the name Sedinams saw it as an opportunity to seek for employment. His application was a bit outrageous, but we hope it catches the attention of the president. Others have also made several comments on the post which you can read below.
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