Popular Ghana blogger and critic, Albert Nat Hyde, has again done what he's well known for. There is always a big conversation on social media when the Ghanaian blogger expresses his opinion about a top-notch personality. Albert Nat Hyde recently expressed his view about the Minister of Information for Ghana, Kojo Oppong Nkrumah.
The Ghanaian blogger and critic appear to be the one who is fearless of any man. Albert is capable of expressing himself about anyone with his own choice of words. An individual's status, whether high or low, doesn't prevent him from saying whatever he wants.
Albert recently said the following about Information Minister.
“Kojo Oppong Nkrumah is the most DISHONEST minister I've known. He uses his eloquence to LIE, insult Ghanaians' intelligence, and call it smartness. He should keep defending the government with his blood. Time will catch up with him soon.”
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