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Nana Addo Dankwa Akuffo-Addo, the president of Ghana has been in the news lately for various reasons ranging from over borrowing, over spending to spending too much money as rent fee for a private jet. Ghanaians have been complaining lately over the huge debt stock of Ghs 291.6 billion cedis as at March 2021, since the assumption of the Akuffo-Addo led government. This generated so much concerns which brought about the #fixthecountry campaign to put the government on check. In june 2021, the president borrowed a loan of an amount of 170 million euros apparently to build a Development Bank to help ease the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic.
In regards to this, a social media fan, Empress Genmeere Ama has pleaded with the president, Nana Akuffo-Addo to cut down on his borrowing spree. She made this plea when the president hosted Callum Hudson-Odoi the Chelsea football star who hails from Ghana. He came on a holiday after the European Football Campaign but decided to pay a courtesy call on the president and presented a customized Jersey to him. Looking at how the president is borrowing in recent times, Empress Genmeere Ama pleaded with Nana Akuffo-Addo not to borrow from the Chelsea star Callum Hudson-Odoi. She said "Nana Addo please we are begging you do not borrow money from this guy".
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