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Arise Ghana's Bernard Mornah finally slams the President after Demo: You are the main problem here

On Accra based TV XYZ, Bernard Mornah appeared on the show to make some powerful comments. Readers can recall how Bernard Mornah and other politicians led a vibrant protest for two days. Readers can also reminisce how security experts like Dr. Adam Bonah and other academicians have praised Mr. Bernard Mornah for his excellent leadership qualities during the demonstration.

Few hours after the hailed demonstration, Mr. Bernard Mornah has described Mr. Oppong Nkrumah as a minister of misinformation for some reasons. He explained that Mr. Kojo Oppong Nkrumah is no where close to the protestors in age or qualification and also mentioned that the Minister was not at the demo grounds and yet peddled untruths about the successful demonstration.

Mr. Bernard Mornah advised Mr. Kojo Oppong Nkrumah not to make comments on the Arise Ghana Demo if he can not address the issues reasonably.

Mr. Bernard Mornah spoke to Mogabe on all issues concerning the Arise Ghana Demonstration and he sent some messages to the President. He explained that the problem in the country is the President and asked why the economy is currently in shambles. He explained that the problem of the country would be solved as soon as the NPP is voted out of power.

Mr. Mornah also indicated that he was dissapointed in how the Police only provided the details of injured police personnel but failed to state how many protestors were injured.

He explained that he was the person who read the highlights of the petition to the two deputy ministers and emphasised his dissatisfaction with their responses.

He also indicated that the demonstration has been impactful because the fuel prices have started seeing some reductions.

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