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Be careful; You Can’t Say That Infront Of Me: Kwesi Pratt And NPP's Nana Akomea Nearly Throw Blows

The recent circulating news that has raised massive concerns across all social media platforms was when the NPP’s Nana Akomea unexpectedly clashed with the editor-in-chief for Insight newspapers, Kwesi Pratt over government issues amongst others.

Whilst debating on the said issue, Kwesi Pratt unexpectedly exploded after Nana Akomea accused him of throwing tantrums in a heated argument about the administration of the Akufo Addo government.

“Why don’t you stick to the statement? Why are you making your statement? Your tantrums will not work. I have treated you with respect. You are telling me that, I’m disrespectful; you are throwing tantrums, stop it. Don’t quote your statements; stop your tantrums, they are not necessary. Stick to the statement and stop the tantrums”, Nana Akomea emphatically revealed.

“We should treat each other with respect. I insist that we treat each other with respect. To refer to what I’m saying as a tantrum is very disrespectful; you can’t say that in front of me. Be careful. Nana, you’re not as intelligent as you think you’re; you’re not at all”, Kwesi Pratt emphatically revealed.

Below is a look at some of the comments that came through after NPP’s Nana Akomea unexpectedly clashed with Kwesi Pratt on live television which has caused massive reactions online.

Do you think that Kwesi Pratt was throwing “tantrums” aside misquoting the NPP minister as revealed by Nana Akomea even though most individuals claimed otherwise?

Do you think that Nana Akomea disrespected Kwesi Pratt by highlighting that, the renowned journalist’s claimed were full of tantrums that has caused massive reactions online even though most individuals claim otherwise?

What are your thoughts after Kwesi Pratt unexpectedly clashed with NPP’s Nana Akomea again over government issues that have raised massive reactions online even though most individuals stated otherwise?

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