GHOne TV's Serwaa Amihere has courted the anger of some Ghanaians after she criticised the government's insistence on holding a rally-like launch for NABCO.
On Wednesday, October 13, President Nana Akufo-Addo launched his flagship programme for employment, the Nation Builders' Corps (NABCO). But the rally-like launch of NABCO did not please GHONE's Serwaa Amihere.
Amihere wondered in a tweet why it took a march pass and the Corps members to show up to the Independence Square for the programme to commence.
But her criticism did not go unknown to supporters of the Presidency and the NABCO programme. They thought she was being destructive.
Amihere tweeted: "I’m just wondering, couldn’t we have commissioned the NABCO recruits without them marching?? ♀️♀️♀️"
But she had a response from one Abukari Abdul Jelil who said: "Ghanaians and useless critics, the jobs creation are the most important to us the graduates , he has done it and we are grateful. Hopefully it’s sustainable. To hell with your wondering."
Another also just asked, "And what is the problem with matching?????? [sic]"
The culture of holding rally-like launches for major government policy launches is a common occurrence in Ghanaian politics.
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