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I'm Waiting Impatiently For Akufo Addo To Exit The Political Scene In Ghana - Sylvester Soprano

A communication team member of the Convention Peoples Party (CPP), Sylvester Soprano, on today's episode of 'Good Morning Africa' on Pan Africa television, has indicated that he is waiting impatiently for President Akufo Addo to exit the political scene in Ghana.

According to Sylvester Soprano, yesterday, he was calculating the remaining days for President Akufo Addo in the Flagstaff House because Ghana is struggling for survival under his leadership.

Soprano stated that he did the calculations because he is very impatient waiting for President Akufo Addo to permanently exit the political scene in Ghana.

He indicated that President Akufo has no choice, his days in the Flagstaff House are numbered, and he has been doing the counting for him. Yesterday, it was left with 1223 days, today it is left with 1222 days, and tomorrow it will be left with 1221 days for him to vacate the presidency.

"We are doing the counting because President Akufo Addo's days are numbered, so he should get ready to exit the Flagstaff House."

He revealed that since the late Dr. Kwame Nkrumah founded Ghana, President Akufo Addo is the only president who has received free money from the IMF. The IMF has given Akufo Addo two billion dollars, which is not a loan with interest. It is free as if Akufo Addo is the brother of the IMF. He is waiting to see if Akufo Addo will buy a new private jet with the money.

Sylvester Soprano asserted that for them in the CPP, they are tired of comparing the NPP to the NDC and vise visa. Their position stems from former president John Dramani Mahama, who said that any comparison between the records of NPP and the NDC is an exercise in mediocrity. So, they want to compare themselves to best international practices and measures.

So, they don't want to waste their time on NPP and NDC, they are rather looking at a Ghana beyond President Akufo Addo and John Dramani Mahama. He reiterated that Ghana is ready to move forward without NDC and NPP.

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CPP Convention Peoples Party Flagstaff House Soprano Sylvester Soprano


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