In recent tweets, we have been seeing a hashtag #trustakuffoaddo asking Ghanaians not to lose hope in their president H.E Nana Addo Danquah Akuffo Addo. This is in reply to the recent #fixthecountry campaign which caused a lot of drama on social media. Social media users have been seen posting the achievements under the leadership of the current president of the country. Other's have also been posting the projects of the President both unfinished and finished. Here is a link to a post dubbed #AkuffoAddoB3y3
Some posts say that the government of H.E Akuffo Addo has come to clear the mess created by the previous government under the leadership of Ex President John Dramani Mahama in the financial sector . These posts go further to talk about the fact that each constituency has been provided with an ambulance. With the current situation in the country, do you think Ghanaians would agree to this? When there are power outages every now and then in almost every part of the country and businesses are being collapsed. What's your take on this new campaign? Let us know in the comment section below.
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