Captain Kwadwo Smart finally speaks about his view on Nana Addo' administration in Government. The host for Onua Makyee Show on Onua TV expressed his disappointment in Nana Addo's Government as he call for his resignation as soon as possible.
Captain Kwadwo Smart reacted to the current IMF Bailout hovering around all social media handles and televisions across the Nation. According to Captain Smart, this is the time His Excellency Nana Addo Dankwah Akuffo Addon has to resign from his position and leave in peace.
According to Captain Smart, the hardship under His Excellency Nana Addo's Administration is unbearable for Ghanaians. Therefore, Nana Addo must go in peace.
" The late President His Excellency Jerry John Rawlings came to power with Military Uniform yet, Ghanaians did not witness these kind of hardship Under him. Nana Addo is must resign as the president of the Republic of Ghana. His Excellency Nana Addo must go in peace". - Captain Smart Stated.
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