Kwame A Plus has posted a short video of the President of Ghana, Nana Akufo Addo when he was swearing-in for his first term. After he was given the nod in his first tenure of office, he was given the opportunity to swear in and after swearing in, he has to give an address to the Nation.
It is in the address that he made mention that, Ghanaians should not be spectators but rather citizens. He was trying to say Ghanaians should not watch aloof for things to happen but rather react and stand for the right thing to be done. He again said he shall do his possible best to protect the public purse. It is the excerpt of this video that has generated a lot of controversies online.
There are a lot of commentary on social media, political groups and analysts that indicate that, the president is rather spending as much that it was expected than the normal. Some issues have come up and Ghanaians are still commenting and expressing their displeasure. The first one is how he used thousands of dollars to rent a plane. This issue has not even settled and another money is yet to be allocated for the president and his vice wives.
The first and second lady will collect some huge amount of salary every month. This development has not gone down well with many Ghanaians. So all these are making people to say that monies are being used wrongly. Kwame A Plus, has however posted that old video of the President during his inauguration in 2016. Under the video he captioned it in a local dialect that ')boa', meaning the president is lying. It is not actually known the exact meaning why A Plus just posted the video and captioned it that way. What do you also think?
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