Ghanaians have created a viral trend on Twitter with the hashtag 4MoreToStealMore amid the latest development that Ghana's special prosecutor, has resigned
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On Monday, November 16, 2020, news broke of the resignation of Ghana's first special prosecutor, Martin Alamisi Benz Kaiser Amidu and many have been indicating that it proves the Nana Addo government has a lot to hide.
In the trend that is already catching a lot of attention, many have cited other incidents under the Nana Addo reign that shows if he's given four more years, he might simply continue in the same trend.
@ricword4u pointed to huge projects that were accomplished under former President John Dramani Mahama's government that he claims is what must be brought back.
According to @Kwakurafiki1, the Nana Addo government was reported in a news article to spend GHc100,000 to rename Tamale Stadium, which shows the extend of fund misappropriation
@TheEdemTamekloe claimed that NPP administration under the disabled leadership of President Akufo-Addo only came to brazenly Rob the country
@Kwakurafiki1 came back to state that Akuffo Addo spent 70 million Ghana cedis on foreign travels and related expenses in the first nine months in 2019 alone
@Dorsty1R also mentioned that in the light of all the scandals claimed under the trend Ghanaians must 'uninstall' Nana Addo as President
@AnnanPerry brought out a collage of four top corruption fighters in Ghana which he alleged Nana Addo and his 'gang' viciously fought and defeated
In other news, former US president Barack Obama has continued to lash out at his successor President Donald Trump in ways he has never done before over his refusal to concede defeat in the November 3 presidential election.
Obama accused Trump of "unwillingness to cooperate" in assuring a peaceful transition, adding that this was another "example" of schemes used by Trump to "breach basic democratic norms" and hurt Americans.
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