It is one thing to have a good leader and another to have a leader that puts the needs of his citizens first. Ghanaians are in an era where power outages have become very normal to the extent of even creating timetable to regulate the system.
The vlogger who has over the days been the talk of town for insulting Otumfuor the custodian of the Ashanti Kingdom has finally gone a step higher by calling His Excellency the president of Ghana a fool.
His reason for this being that, Nana Addo takes delight in going in for a €15,000 per hour private jet for his travels rather than commercial plains.
He said that, in the countries where Ghana goes to lend it's monies, you will see their ministers and other leaders riding on bicycles and even going in for commercial plains while they travel.
He stated that all these money is being wasted and could have been used to better the lives of the Ghanaian citizenry.
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