The renowned Ghanaian Musician Slim Buster drops a fresh message to Paul Adom Otchere on his show this evening 2nd June 2022. According to Slim Buster, Paul Adom Otchere is one of the few people who occupy sensitive position and yet not using his position to speak truth to power. Slim Buster is therefore telling Paul Adom Otchere to do the right thing as a journalist by speaking the truth and reframe from defending the New Patriotic Party NPP.
According to Slim Buster, he saw Paul Adom Otchere's reactions about the incumbent President going to IMF for bailout. Slim Buster is of the view that Paul Adom Otchere is defending NPP Government and he must stop that attitude.
In reactions to the issues concerning IMF, Slim Buster is of the view that certain portions of the 1992 constitution must be changed; so that any president who is not able to embark on massive project after his first 24 months in office is made to resign from office.
Slim Buster added that, since Government is mismanaging the resources of the country, it will be good for them to go to IMF and IMF will tell them how to manage the resources with care and with wisdom.
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