Social commentator and politician, Kwame Asare Obeng popularly known by the public as A-Plus has urged the President of Catholic Bishops' Conference Most Reverend Philip Naameh to inform Peace Council and Christian Council to be Swift in addressing NPP issues just as it addresses NDC issues.
It seems these two big institution has kept mute on the happenings in the country since inception of President Akufo-Addo in 2017. According to Asare, Peace Council and Christian Council should be awaken in addressing issues in this current administration as compared to former President John Mahama led administration.
He applauded Most Reverend Philip Naameh petition to the President to be quick in solving national issues just as he 'speedily' does on international issues.
Kwame made this assertions on his Facebook page reacting to insecurity in Ghana, judgement debt, killings and brutalities whiles these prominent institutions are not talking. Because if government is being criticize that is where he knows his shortcomings.
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