A legal Practitioner and a Communication team member of the NDC, Godwin Edudzi Tamakloe has label President Akufo Addo as having succeeded in ushering the country into a state of Hopelessness.
The legal Practitioner made this statement on 'Good Morning Ghana' on Metro TV to advance his argument in support of Dr. Sam Jonah for bringing out the decay in our country.
According to him, he had the belief that Akufo Addo's Presidency is going to represent new dawn of hope in Ghana, but it turned out different.
"What Akufo Addo has succeeded in doing is ushering us into a state of Hopelessness. A state where Dr. Sam Jonah has pointed out as the whole country being under debt stress.
It has never happened in the history of this country for us to get to the position where we cannot tell the direction where this country is heading to." - he stated
He added that when you speak to the government's spin doctors, they will tell you the country is on track, but clearly, the country has backtracked, and we are just going backward.
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