Serwaa Amihere gets massive support from Ghanaians over NPP 'corruption' tag

Serwaa Amihere gets massive support from Ghanaians over NPP 'corruption' tag

Ghanaian television presenter and newscaster Serwaa Amihere has won the support of her fans for blasting the New Patriotic Party (NPP) government.

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According to Serwaa, the NPP came into power claiming to be against corruption but have become worse than their predecessors.

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“For a President who swept to power on the back of anti-corruption, it has been disappointing watching the canker deepen with constant outbreak of scandals.

He hasn’t provided the no-nonsense, all action leadership against corruption that we were promised. I honestly cannot recollect one instance where any corruption case was seriously tackled with So corruption for me has been a major downside of this government,” she tweeted.

The tweet, however, went viral with most of her fans agreeing to what Serwaa Amihere said about the current NPP administration.

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Most of them expressed disappointment in President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo's inability to crack the whip on corrupt officials who have been found culpable in various corruption scandals.

For Mizzbel, she saw truth in what Amihere was saying.

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Mohammed urged all Ghanaians to be bold aand speak truth to power.

Boakye also had this to say:

Moses Thompson also stated:

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Sinte Abdulai Baba has this to say:

Nana Yaw Amissah added:

Enoch Gyan also said:

Percy Harvin Dalton had this to say:

In other news, residents of Asante-Mampong in the Ashanti region were left shocked to see a giant saltwater crocodile coming out of the town's popular Tadie Lake.

The residents who saw the giant reptile on Wednesday evening, November 13, 2019, were awed to find this creature.

According to the residents, the crocodile which was about 8ft long, suddenly disappeared as it crawled back into the marshy lake.

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