Economies around the world are tumbling and Ghana has been no exception. Indeed, the government of Ghana which had initially resisted calls to seek assistance from the IMF has made a U-Turn and now in negotiations with the International Monetary Fund to rebuild the economy of Ghana. Many Ghanaians have called on the President Akufo-Addo and his finance minister, Ken Ofori Atta to resign for leading the country into a ditch.
In the United Kingdom, Boris Johnson has announced his resignation as a result of his failure to transform the lives of Britons. Many of his ministers prior to Boris’ resignation had also quit their jobs. Well, Ghana’s Paul Adom Otchere, Director at the Ghana Airport Company Limited and host of Good Evening Ghana was today in Westminster to cover the breaking story of Boris’ resignation.
In a short video posted on the Good Evening Ghana Facebook page, Paul talked about what was happening in the UK. This commentary didn’t go down well with many Ghanaians who felt Paul should rather be in Ghana to cover issues regarding Akufo-Addo resigning. They urged him to come down to Ghana and mind his own affairs. Check out the comments.
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