Controversial actor, Oboy Siki has go hard on the president of Ghana, Nana Addo addressing him as liar who lured Ghanaians in voting for him as a president. Oboy Siki thinks the president, Nana Addo has never been a Christian before but presented himself as one in order to get votes in which it worked perfectly.
Oboy Siki said on Sompa TV that recent events in the nation under the leadership of Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo Addo are evidence that Nana Addo is merely riding on the national cathedral to convey the signal that he is God-sent. He went hard on Nana Addo as he thinks all his campaign messages that talked about God are all false. Oboy Siki is well known for creating controversial issues by speaking his mind in this country.
Akufo Addo used “The Battle Is Still The Lords” slogan which was used in the campaign of Akuf Addo and NPP was just a hoax to lure the good people of Ghana for votes.
“Nana Addo is never a Christian. Don’t be food by his National Cathedral. He has now scammed all the big pastors in Ghana for his gains….”, Oboy Siki boldly says. Here is a video of the interview;
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