Hopeson Adorye a former Parliamentary candidate of the New Patriotic Party for Kpone Kantamanso has come out to say that people who booed President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo at the just-ended Global Citizen Festival held in Accra at the Black Star Square were paid GH₵120 each by the NDC.
He pointed out that through the Executive Chief Officer of 3 music awards Baba Sadiq, Larry Dogbe, and one Suhuyini organized seventy-five Fadama boys to carry out the act. According to him, the booing was planned by the NDC as a result of the one-sided video of the incident.
He later made it known that Baba Sadiq was the mastermind behind the whole incident. Because he is a big personality in the media space he knew that the president was going to show up. He said "they contracted seventy-five boys from Fadama and paid each of them GH₵120. The video trending is a testament to it. It was from one particular shot."
The NDC has rejected this accusation and made it known that the president was booed as an indication that Ghanaians are frustrated by his governance. What do you also think about this?
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