The current trend in Ghana is quite obvious. There is a growing Dumsor in several areas in the country. This made Afia Schwarzenegger call on the current minister in charge Mathew Opoku Prempeh (NAPO).
According to Afia Schwarzenegger, NAPO can never be president if this Dumsor persist. Current President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo is spending his last term so the remaining ones should work hard to be president as well.
She was very angry about the matter and further threatened the minister that she (Afia Schwarzenegger) would never follow him to campaign in the dark.
Holding a glass in his left hand and wearing long nails in the video, she used hot words, lambasted and warned the minister left right-centre.
If you will recall, Dumsor was the main reason why the opposition NDC was voted out of power. The menace of Dumsor is a threat to businesses, hospitals, households and many facilities. It is not tolerable at all.
However, we hope the minister will solve the challenge creatively as he did to ‘Free Senior High School.’
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