Nana Addo’s last days as president has dented his reputation and made the majority of Ghanaians who believed in him lose hope. Hope was given to the people from the beginning. Terms like ‘yenim no firi tete’ has metamorphosed in these past few years to many negative terms which reveals the disappointments people are currently having in him.
From leading delegates to embark on serious demonstration and adding his voice to legal matters, he has landed in the shoes of people he once protested against. So what could be the problem? Is the management of the Ghanaian economy too difficult?
People are shocked on how he could be a victim to demonstrations when he claimed he had all the ideas and knowledge on how to make the economy work again. Nana Addo has made several comments on how he can make the economy work but has failed to deliver. These last days have affirmed the statement that, ‘Last days are dangerous’. Nana Addo could be sweeping off some percentage of trust and hope in these last days.
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