President Nana Akufo-Addo has predicted that he and his New Patriotic Party (NPP) will win the presidential elections of 2020 by more than one million votes. The president was was speaking at the commissioning of a school in Accra.
The president's prediction was not taken well. Perhaps, this fell in line with what seems like an increasing rate at which he is becoming unpopular.
From insults to constructive criticisms, Akufo-Addo's prediction was met with an abundance of people who were not shy about speaking up.
YEN.com.gh sampled some of the views on Facebook representing the greater picture.
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Clem Tagbor was not enthusiastic of the president's prediction, responding that the president was living in a "fool's paradise".
Another Facebook user, Klu Moses Jackson, wrote that they have been given a reason to go look for their Voter's ID Card.
Seth Donkor Sean advised that the president could stop bragging and just concentrate on his work.
One of the harshest criticism came from Joseph Commodore. This Facebook user referred to the president as "anamu", a Ga word that roughly translates as "stupid fool".
This is perhaps, an angry refutation of the president's predictions.
And lastly, Amingo Kwashie simply told the president, "U are disgracing us too much".
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