A journalist with Multimedia Group, Omanhene Kwabena Asante, has spoken the truth to the President of the country, Nana Addo Dankwa Akuffo Addo. He descended on Nana Addo for exhibiting weak leadership in contrast to what he promised Ghanaians. According to Omanhene, President Nana Addo is not in control of the affairs of the country despite the fact that it is his obligation.
Omanhene believed that if truly, Nana Addo was in control of the affairs of this country, he would have addressed the nation and admitted that they have failed, IMF is not as demonized as they had portrayed amongst others, and apologized to the people of Ghana. He claimed that Nana Addo is the weakest President Ghana has ever had.
"Nana Addo is not in control. I am telling you. I am surprised why by now, the President has not addressed the country. The President does not respect Ghanaians. Nana Addo himself, his attention on important things in this country is very low. You need to apologize before we continue with your governance. You must give Ghanaians assurance before you continue with your governance.", he added.
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