Political activist kwame Asare Obeing A-Plus is predicting that the New Patriotic Party government led by President, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo shall lose 2024 elections but the incoming government should ask some two public servants to stay at post after showing great leadership qualities to Ghanaians.
A-Plus in a statement shared today predicts the downfall of NPP government in 2024 elections and stated that NPP party cannot break the 8.
According to A-Plus message, New IGP Dr Akufo Dampare and Greater Accra Regional minister, Hon Henry Quartey has shown leadership after it was reported that Ghana police apologize to some Journalists being attacked when founder and leader of Glorious Word Power Ministries International, Reverend Issac Owusu Bempah was sent to court on Monday.
A-Plus stated that all that Ghana needs to develop is leadership and the two public servants have demonstrated it. Already, majority of Ghanaians are saying that they have not seen Ghana Police Service to apologize for going wrong before. Prominent Journalists like Kwame Sefa Kayi, Kwesi Pratt Jnr also said that it is shocking to see Ghana Police Service to apologize for going wrong and said Ghana Police Service is working again.
"This is the same Ghana Police Service under a new leadership. The current IGP Dr Akufo Dampare and the greater Accra regional minister, Hon Henry Quartey have shown that all Ghana needs to develop is leadership.
How I wish that in 2024, when NPP leaves power,(of cause they will lose; break the onyɛ!! 🙄) the new government will ask the two aforementioned public servants to stay at post. But....." A-Plus stated on his social media today.
A-Plus last statement "but... " could suggest that he don't believe that the next Government in Ghana can remain this two public servants in office because of political appointment that would erase them.
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