A Political Lecturer at the University of Ghana, Professor Ransford Gyampo, has asserted that the handlers of President Akufo-Addo are a monumental embarrassment to him.
In a post shared on Prof Gyampo's official Facebook page on Thursday, 15th September, 2022, he wrote;
“I am not sure if Aisha Huang was deported or she fled the country”. Why should a whole President of ours, and C-in-C say this? What info can’t he get if he wants to? The handlers of the President are a monumental embarrassment to the old man."
The comments of Prof Gyampo comes as a background to President Akufo-Addo's comment about Aisha Huang. Akufo-Addo said that he is not sure if Aisha was really deported in 2018 after she was caught engaging in illegal mining activities. Aisha Huang had been re-arrested again after she sneaked back to Ghana.
Following that, many Ghanaians have criticized the President and quizzed if he is really in charge.
"He selected the handlers so he should take the whole blame, besides if he should be mindful of what he says in public. This is not the first time the president has embarrassed the whole nation." A user wrote.
"In box Aisha Huang was deported, in another box, she was not deported and in a whole box she is married to a Ghanaian where she has even acquired Ghana card. My question is so haven't we learned lessons from these corruptions that have led us to hardship?" Another user added.
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