Kwesi Pratt Junior who is a Ghanaian journalist and managing editor at the Insight newspaper and a former member of Alliance for Change, the organisers of the 1995 Kume Preko anti-government demonstration, has been speaking all round against the president of Ghana, His Excellency Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo and seems there may be something that Ghanaians must know.
During last year's general elections, Kwesi Pratt was saying things that will discourage Ghanaians to vote against Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo but since Ghanaians know the heart of Nana Addo they voted for him massively.
Kwesi Pratt said that what Nana Addo is giving Ghanaians freely, they will pay and vivid example is the free water and the free light. Even if Ghanaians are paying the free water and free light, the bills have been reduced totally and Ghanaians will attest to that. Gone are the days the middle Ghanaian used to pay more than 100% as their utility bills and that was when John Dramani Mahama was the president.
We need to be grateful to Nana Addo and his government because all that this government is doing blows mind and only haters will roar.
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