The National Chairman of the National Democratic Congress, Samuel Ofosu Ampofo urged Ghanaians to vote out president Akufo-Addo just like Americans voted Trump out.
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He said the abysmal performance of president Akufo-Addo since he was voted into power should be the basis for Ghanaians to show him the exit.
His comments on the need for the president to be voted out like Trump was not well received by Ghanaians as most of them feel Nana Addo deserves another chance.
Below are some comments from Ghanaians.
Christina said Nana has done a good job deserves a second chance.
Stephen said Ghana now has a listening president so he would be voted for.
Mireku said Mahama is the problem.
Collins Asamoah Kusi said what happened to trump has happened in Ghana before.
Wat happened to Trump has happened in Ghana b4 in de era of jdm "yentie obiaa" government dat was wat Trump was doing but Nana is a listening government so don't let anyone relate wat happened in USA to Ghana "NO DEAD GOAT" can be a president on humans like Ghanaians #4more4Nanatodomore.
Frank Owusu-Ansah Agyen had a rather interesting submission.
Point of correction! Americans rather rejected Trump like Ghanaians did to Mahama by booting him out in 2016. Trump and Mahama have a lot in common. The two were not sensitive to the plights of majority of the electorates when they were given the chance. To the extent that one openly said he has developed DEAD GOAT syndrome. The era of short memories is far from Ghanaians.
McDavid Majozi Addo said the NDC will not come to power again.
Never again will this People NDC come into Power again. After the defeat in 2016 you said you were going rest but not you are back again worrying Ghanaians to vote u gain. NPP all the way.
In other news, the National Organizer of the NDC, Joshua Akamba has revealed that the next NDC government will not make the job application process as tiresome as it is now.
According to him, the NDC will not leave out those who lack academic qualifications when it comes to its job creation agenda.
Speaking at a mini-rally in Bawku in the Upper East region, Akamba said the next NDC administration will focus on CVs and not certificates as requirements for jobs.
Explaining further, he said focusing solely on academic qualifications has in the past disadvantaged many teeming youths who were working hard for the NDC.
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