Criticisms continue to mount on President Akuffo-Addo and most of his appointees on what is alleged to be a failure on the part of the administration.
The beginning of his administration produced a glimmer of hope for people of Ghana as a result of the plethora of promises but recent economic “difficulties” as acknowledged by the government has got a lot more people talking.
Some alleged corrupt activities by appointees of the President negatively affected perceptions of some people.
In a long write up on her a Facebook page, he outlined why he thought so and hinged his argument on a discovery on the former Public Procurement Authority Boss, Ajenim Adjei.
Recalling the first incident that led to his indictment, Oliver Barker-Vormawor quizzed how much the President and some of his appointee would be earning if Adjenim Agyei was able to earn that quantum of money as a mere public servant appointed by the Preisent.
Meanwhile, the Special Prodecutor, Kissi Agyabeng has taken interest in the matter and has served notice to that effect.
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