In recent times, GHOne Television threw a bold question to Ghanaians as part of their interaction measures with the public.
Ghanaians were asked something about the President of the Republic of Ghana, His Excellency Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, asking about what they will admit to the President about the current economic hardship if they come one-on-one.
Below is their question to the general public;
"If you met President Akuffo-Addo one-on-one, what would you tell him about the current economic situation?"
Following this, most Ghanaians have boldly admitted what they will tell the President of Ghana, Nana Akufo-Addo when they come into contact, one-on-one, but apparently most of the comments and reactions are not friendly.
Below are some comments and reactions;
Richard Thompson commented that, "I will just take my share because there is nothing he can do about it and politics in Africa is business".
According to Kojo Afedzie, he also said "I will tell him to resign".
According to the commentaries, some said they will tell the President to resign, and this seems so bad to hear.
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