The recent circulating news that has raised lots of concerns amongst Ghanaians was when another man who campaigned for the incumbent President, Nana Akufo Addo finally came out to express massive disappointment in the Akufo Addo administration. The video has been on massive viral because of the contents and how funny it is.
According to the man, he campaigned well for Nana Addo and the NPP party for them to win but how things are going now, he is fed up and disappointed in them. The revealed his disappointment when he was being asked by an unknown reporter on a roadside. He went ahead in show displeasure of how bad the economy has been since Nana Addo took over and that has made life so hard to live in Ghana.
The funny aspect that many people’s attention is when he went ahead in asking for beatings to all the top NPP dignitaries to the Assembly men in our towns. “We have to lie all of them down for beatings, right from the top to our Assembly men. They need serious beatings for doing this” He said. You can watch the video by clicking on this link;
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