- A market woman at the Madina market has said that President Akufo-Addo's abysmal performance is nothing to write home about
- According to her, she will rate the performance of the president, 'zero over zero'
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The unidentified trader lamented on the poor sales they were making at the market as compared to the previous government's where they sold a lot of their wares.
In an interview with YEN.com.gh, when asked how she will rate the president, she said she would rate the president, zero over zero because they (the market women) are really suffering because they cannot feel money in their pockets.
Fast Forward to 3:35 minutes to listen to the woman's grievances.
According to her, customers come to the market especially her stall, with the intention of making some purchases but are unable to do that because of the unavailability of funds.
She also added that they are always in debt because when they go for foodstuff, and they are not bought on time so they go bad.
She, however, entreated the president to allow an improved cash flow so that it would be a win-win situation for both the market women and their customers as well.
IN the same interview, a taxi driver argued that Ghana has no president at the moment, given the state of the country.
The driver, whose identity is yet to be known, stated that it is wrong to say there is a president given the suffering Ghanaians are enduring.
His comment came on the heels of a question about how he would rate the current Akufo-Addo-led government.
Meanwhile, President Nana Akufo-Addo has promised the people of the Oti Region the NPP administration will construct a university in the area in its second term if given the opportunity and mandate.
“If God permits and we win the next elections, we will put in place structures to establish a university here as well,” Akufo-Addo said.
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