A renowned Ghanaian socialite based outside the country and an avowed critic of various African governments has once again launched his usual verbal assault on Ghanaian leaders. The vociferous young man who has stayed in abroad for some time with working experience has described the situation in developed countries as the best as compared to African countries.
In a live video, he touched on a couple of issues ranging from illegal mining, schools under trees, attitude towards work, corrupt practices among others. He urged Ghanaian leaders to avoid doing things which he deems unnecessary and deal with issues confronting the Nation.
On the issue of Akuapem Polo, he admonished the state authorities to channel the same energy used to effect her arrest to apprehend some individuals and corporate institutions which he deems as corrupt and have breached the laws of the country.
He entreated the leaders of the country to get rid of Chinese products which are fake and consume our own 'gari' from Volta which is healthy. Although, he used unprintable words his message was clear and concise.
He didn't mince words on the state of Ghana's economy and urged the media to focus on relevant issues than to focus on 'Slay Queens.'
You can watch the full video here.
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