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That's So Disrespectful Of Chiefs- Paul Adom Otchere Defends The President And the Chiefs Once Again

We all can recall the dramatic incident that happened at the #GlobalCitizensfestival, where the crowd were shouting and clapping 'away' as the president His Excellency Nana Addo Dankwah stepped on stage to give his speech. This has build many conversation across Ghana and beyond.

Owing to this incident, Manasseh Azure Awuni took to his twitter account to express his opinion on the that case involving the chiefs and lambasting together with the president. The twit dated 25th september has about 601retweets, 2085 likes and 32 quotes.

"Mr. president, for their selfish goals, chiefs, paid praise singers and sycophants will continue to sing to insincere praises for you. But what you heard at the #GlobalCitizensfestival is the truest voice of the people, a referendum on your regime. You have two years to salvage it." Manasseh Azure tweeted disrespectfully.

The most controversial NPP journalist Paul Adom Otchere has once again come to the defense of the president and the chiefs. Yesterday on his show, "Good Evening Ghana", regarded Azure's tweet as a total disrespect to the chiefs and the authority.

According to Paul Adom Otchere, the chiefs in this country are well respected and no one should speak bad or disrespect them in any way owing to the fact that he (Azure) has been hanging out with the some chiefs recently. People looks up to chiefs so utmost respect must be given to them.

Paul Otchere also added that, the cheifs and the church is the main regulators of peoples behavior in the community so, they must be respected always.

"Can you imagine this guy, the paid parise singers and the sycophants happens in politics but for God's sake don't say chiefs. That's so disrespectful of chiefs, you cant write the about chiefs. why do you write this about chiefs, only yesterday, you were in Tobge palace doing human rights and anti-corruption. You don't have any respect for chiefs, you come from Bongo, you don't have respect for your chief. You have to understand that the chiefs in Ghana are very important part of our democratic development. I attribute our peace to two institutions; the chieftaincy and the church." Paul stated defending the chiefs and the president.

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