A protester of the Arise Ghana Demonstration has shared his plights and therefore wants the current president of Ghana, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo to step down if he can not run the economy successfully.
According to the protester, he does not know where Ghana's natural resources such as the gold have been or ended up for such a great hardship to befall the citizens.
Also, the protester said he has realized that some of the speeches from the ministers are very offensive and for that matter, there is no discipline in the economy.
Foreigners from different countries have their names on Ghana's passports and the license of vehicles has become expensive in the economy.
This made the protester quizzed about what is currently happening in the economy?
The protester then sent a strong message to Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo informing him that if he can not run the economy, then he should step down for a competent person to take over.
If you want to hear more from the protester, click here.
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