Ghanaians reveal what their personal questions for Nana Akufo-Addo

Ghanaians reveal what their personal questions for Nana Akufo-Addo

Following the President meeting with the press where Ghanaian media houses both big and small got to ask the President a litany of questions, YEN.com.gh has wondered what the average Ghanaian would ask the President were they afforded the opportunity to do so.

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Ghanaians reveal what their personal questions for Nana Akufo-Addo

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Following the Presidential press meeting which took place last week, many Ghanaians have commented on social media regarding which questions they felt where relevant, or irrelevant.

While some felt that questions relating to Ghana's economy were more relevant than some, others rather opted for questions relating to Ghana's security, or the current state of corruption in the country.

In light of the difference of opinions, YEN.com.gh asked readers what they'd ask the president if they had the opportunity to do so, and they answered en masse. Some said they'd ask the President about the nurses and teachers' allowances, while others said they ask about the security of the country.

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All in all, we put together a list of responses we think are the most representative of what individual Ghanaians would ask Ghana's Head of State if they had the chance to speak with him.

Checkout responses to YEN.com.gh's question to readers below:

Nurse and teacher allowances...

Choked gutters in the cities...

A bitter place...

Keep up the bad work...

Stop buying V8s...

Start galamsey now...

Condemn homosexuality...

State of roads...

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