Joy FM posted the picture of President Nana Addo on its heavily followed Facebook platform. The Media station asked its audience that if they had the chance to advise the President, what will they tell him?
Many Ghanaians have reacted vehemently to the discussion as some citizens indicated that the first gentleman would not listen to any advice provided to him. Other Ghanaians simply indicated that they would tell the President to resign. How do they expect the President to accept such advice?
Some Ghanaians also indicated that they would inform the first gentleman to ensure that the Chinese and other foreigners are taxed adequately to support the growth and development of the country.
Interestingly, some Ghanaians also mentioned that they would advise the 2021 Forbes African Man of the year to play back all his past speeches and do needful. There was also an instance where an appeal would be made to the President to pay the 10 months' arrears owed to the NABCO trainees.
What are your thoughts on the ongoing discussion?
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