- Manasseh Awuni Azure has disclosed that he is not impressed with the performance of President Akufo-Addo after his three-year service as president
- He said trusting Akufo-Addo government is worse than investing in Menzgold
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Investigative journalist Manasseh Awuni Azure has disclosed that he is not impressed with the performance of President Akufo-Addo after serving as president for the past 3 years.
He took to his Facebook page to state that trusting the Akufo-Addo government is worse than investing in Menzgold.
He recalled how he nursed high hopes in the Akufo-Addo-led administration following some moves made by the president in the early stage of his reign which was an indication he was poised to deliver on his mandate.
He seems to have been ‘scammed’ by the posture of the president after what he says is a below-par performance, making him gnash his teeth.
This does not seem to be the first time the opinionated investigative reporter is openly calling out and shaming the president for not meeting expectations.
In December last year, he stated that Akufo-Addo’s fight against corruption was unsatisfactory.
Ghanaians have however reacted to Manasseh's post and shared their thoughts on it.
Abdul Nasir was rather in dought as to whether or not there was still hope in the country.
Enoch said that corruption had eaten deep into the embers of society and that Manasseh's interventions might be too late.
Yakubu simply stated that politicians cannot be trusted.
Joseph advised Manasseh to mindful of the things he writes since the national security might come for his head over what he writes.
In other news, a fierce altercation between a trotro mate and passengers over a purported fake GH¢20 note became a spectacle to behold at the Circle-Tema stretch.
Daily Guide reports that the trotro mate had earlier accused one of the male passengers named Okoe, who was seated at the front seat as the person who gave him the fake currency.
Okoe, who joined the vehicle from GBC second gate and signaled he was getting off the trotro at Teshie Lascala, denied being the one who paid his fare with the fake note.
That led to a heated argument between him and the mate. After few minutes arguing, the mate turned to an elderly woman who had joined the bus from Dankwa at Osu, apparently on her way from church, as being the one who gave him the GH¢20.
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