2nd Vice Chairman of the New Patriotic Party in the Fanteakwa south constituency, Nana Kofi Akomea Jnr has waded into the booing at President Akufo-Addo with a call to the youth. The experienced NPP Communicator was of the view the youth could have address their suppose displeasure in a different way instead of on such a global stage.
Readers can recall how the Global Citizens Festival held simultaneously in New York and Accra impacted the lives of many people. The festival is organised by a strong team primarily targeting poverty, girl child education and protecting the environment or planet against global warming. At the Black Star Square in Accra, several influencers called on world leaders, corporations and philanthropists to do more than they have ever done to end extreme poverty now.
Global Citizens Festival took place at the Black Star on 24th September 2022. The event was attended by dignitaries, and ambassadors from various countries like the US, France, the UK, and others. Thousands of crowds attended to catch the glimpse of the event. There were great musicians like Stonebwoy, Stomzy, Sarkodie, and Gyakie from Ghana performed.
NDC member Godwin Edudzi Tameklo, has spoken on the booing and heckling on President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo Saturday, September 24, at the Global Citizens Festival in Accra. But according to Mr. Edudzi, what happened to the President is a blatant indication that the populace is dissatisfied with the way he is running the nation.
The unfortunate incident that transpired at the Global Citizens Festival over the weekend has been described as a warning to President Akufo-Addo and the ruling New Partiotic Party (NPP). According to Democratic Youth for Competent Leadership (DYFCL), the experience by the President should be a wake up call to the NPP to prepare to hand over power to the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC).