Hitz FM posted on its social media platform the picture of the deputy minister for Tourism, Mark Okraku-Mantey.
The caption of the post was centred on how the crowd at the Global Citizen Festival reacted when President Nana Addo mounted the stage to deliver his speech.
The deputy minister rebutted comments that Nana Addo was booed at the event.
" It is not true that Nana Addo was booed as was projected by the media. He was cheered when he came on stage and he even had to wait for some minutes before he delivered the speech. I was there and that is what happened".
What is the reality that occurred? If Nana Addo was hailed, why should some people say he was booed? Should the first gentleman of the land not be accorded some praises for his hard work or support for tourism?
Many Ghanaians have reacted to the comments made by the Deputy Tourism Minister as reported by Hitz FM.
Whilst some citizens have appreciated his explanation and have hailed Nana Addo, other Ghanaians have passed interesting remarks to the ongoing discussion.
What are your thoughts on the ongoing discussion?
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