The general manager of Pan African TV, Ama Pratt has questioned the purpose of President Akufo Addo's presence at the global citizen festival.
According to Ama Pratt, Akufo Addo should have been the busiest person in the country figuring out how to solve the mess they have caused the country.
Speaking this morning with Kwame Owusu Danso on Pan African TV show, the general manager posited that Ghanaians are already angry with the state of the economy and want ways to vent their anger. She said the people have no voice of any means and the only opportunity they had was the musical concert where the president showed up.
She told Kwame Owusu Danso that the president Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo Addo should have been the busiest person and not focus on every little public gatherings to spew his political agendas again.
"What business has someone like Akufo Addo has with musical concert when the country is in the mess? The people are already angry with the government and his administration. Akufo Addo and his people should have been the busiest handling the dollar and the hiking price of fuel" she told Kwame Owusu Danso on Pan African TV.
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