Akufo-Addo has disappointed the majority of Ghanaians who paraded the streets to demonstrate today. They claim they put their trust in him but have been failed in a way they never expected. Today was one of the saddest days in the lives of many people who became victims to the violence that comes with demonstrations.
Akufo-Addo himself has led Ghanaians into an economy-changing demonstration and Ghanaians expect much from him.
During these demonstrations, the majority of Ghanaians who were interviewed revealed that they were disappointed in Nana Addo and he has failed them. Some people think he should have remained in whatsoever position he had rather than wanting to be a president.
And the reason is that he has failed as a president and can never redeem himself or his image after this crime he has committed. The main motive of this demonstration is to push Nana Addo to act as the president he promised to be and the angry youth are ready to make this happen.
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