- A Plus has described the president of Ghana, Nana Akufo Addo as a disappointment
- According to A-Plus, he has lost all the hope he had in President Nana Akufo-Addo as a person
- This is because he believes the president has been very dishonest to Ghanaians
Anti-corruption activist and former musician, Kwame Asare Obeng popularly known as A-Plus has described the president of Ghana, Nana Akufo Addo as a disappointment.
According to A-Plus, he has lost all the hope he had in President Nana Addo as a person but only likes his personality.
A Plus said the president lied and has been very dishonest with Ghanaians.
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"Nana Addo is a disappointment, we cannot give this country to you for you to just sit down and watch these people. Nana Addo is someone that I believed in but I don’t anymore, I only like him as a person”, Kwame A-Plus stated.
He also opined that every security person involved in the investigation of the kidnap of the Takoradi girls should be sacked since he thinks they lied to Ghanaians
“Some things must change in this country. It is disrespectful to come out to tell Ghanaians that the girls are alive and later say they are dead. Leaders in this country do things and get away with it for free and act like its normal”, A Plus noted.
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In other news, YEN.com.gh has come across a video that is trending on social media involving a suspected female robber.
In the video, she was seen jumping from a storey building through the window as she fell on the ground at the car park.
After getting on the ground, the lady looked around to see if no one was watching, then head for the gate.
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