Akufo-Addo’s government not living up to expectation – Lydia Forson

Akufo-Addo’s government not living up to expectation – Lydia Forson

Beautiful voluptuous Ghanaian actress, Lydia Forson, has criticised the Akufo-Addo government over failure to live up to expectation.

According to the bubbly actress, she was not impressed with the general performance of the current government, as seen by YEN.com.gh in a Citinewsroom.com report.

She said plainly that Akufo-Addo government has failed to deliver on its promises.

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Responding to a question on whether the government’s performance ticks all her boxes, Lydia Forson said: “No, absolutely not.”

You know when they won the election I wrote a piece, it was supposed to feature in the New African Woman. I said that you know what, they were setting themselves up for failure,” she explained further.

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She stated, however, that she would not completely discredit the president or completely give up because if Ghana does well, it is to the benefit of everyone.

But still, she believes the government was arrogant about their promises prior the 2016 elections because the president knew he could not really fulfil the promises he was preaching.

My article was based on their social media promises. They wanted to win by any means necessary. But I think when you have been in opposition for a very long time you forget what is like to be the head that wears the crown. So maybe any other party government may not be frustrated as we are. Maybe things take time to pick up,” Lydia Forson elaborated further.

“But because of all the promises they made and the boldness with which they made them. They were almost arrogant about their promises,” she stressed.

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Forson reasoned that the NPP probably were doing old school politics during the 2016 elections.

She said even though she was not surprised at the turn of events, she was expecting that the government does exactly what it promises within the timeliness.

Her comments are similar to those of journalist Caroline Samson, who said in an earlier report by YEN that she had regretted voting for Akufo-Addo because he has failed Ghanaians.

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Meanwhile, the actress has been in the news recently following a make-up photo of hers which was criticised by fans.

She was also in the news following a video in which her friends acted as armed robbers to surprise her on her birthday.

Lydia was captured in the video screaming the name of Jesus to be saved from the ‘armed robbers’.

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Source: Yen.com.gh

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