Ghanaians names their most "annoying" politician in Ghana.
After Kwame A Plus posted a question asking his fans to comment the names of the most "annoying" politician in Ghana, they took the bold step to mention names.
It was funny as to how the commenting the name of the leaders they think are "annoying". The majority of them fell under the New Patriotic Party, the lists included, Hon. Kennedy Agyapong, Ernest Owusu Bempah, Amoako Atta, Dr. Akoto Owusu Afriyie, Afenyo Markens, Abronye, Kweku Boahen, Gabby Otchere Darko, Hopeson Adorye, Ken Ofori Atta.
They listed few names from the National Democratic Congress, which are Sammy Gyamfi and Asiedu Nketsia, as been the most "annoying" politicians in Ghana.
Even the academicians who are opposing the LGBTQ bill were included and even Kwame A Plus who asked the question.
All the above listed names are known for been confidence in their public speech when ever they are given the opportunity.
Check out screenshot of Ghanaians naming their most "annoying" politician in Ghana.
After the listing of names, the name which was mentioned the most was Hon. Kennedy Agyapong.
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