You Chartered Flight To Watch Netflix And Beg For Vaccine; You Ain Serious-Sam Dzata Tells Nana Addo
The member of parliament for the people of Ningo-Prampram constituency has condemned His Excellency Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo that he chartered first class airlines, to watch Netflix in air, bath and begged for common vaccine.
Mr. Samuel George Dzata the mp, speaking Metro tv said that it is very shameful before Ghanaians and Africa as a whole to use the common Ghanaian tax money to feel luxurious life in air whiles most Ghanaians are suffering and always shouting fix the country.
What is happening is abysmally wrong and Ghanaians will soon rise as if there no president in this country. The Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo led administration is really eaves dropping the cries of Ghanaians and all he knows is the family business. I'm surprised Gabby Okyere defends every woes of Nana Addo. This can't be brought early on my table as breakfast. Sam George retaliated.
Full video of Sam George on Metro tv
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