Aku Akuffo: 5 photos of Akufo-Addo's niece who 'rubbished' degrees from Ho Poly

Aku Akuffo: 5 photos of Akufo-Addo's niece who 'rubbished' degrees from Ho Poly

A niece of Ghana's President Nana Akufo-Addo, Akusika Akuffo, has made the trends after making what many consider as degrading remarks about degrees earned from Ho Technical University.

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Akuffo was commenting on the appointment of Jake Bediako as the Presidential Coordinator for Youth Engagement and Strategy at the Office of the President.

YEN.com.gh previously reported that many have described Bediako's elevation as a 'job for the boys' and heavily criticised the government.

Aku Akuffo: 5 photos of Akufo-Addo's niece who 'rubbished' degrees from Ho Poly
Aku Akuffo: 5 photos of Akufo-Addo's niece who 'rubbished' degrees from Ho Poly. Image: Aku Akuffo
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Akusika Akuffo in a series of texts on her Instagram page, however, disagreed with the opposing views and labelled the disapproval of Bediako appointment by a section of the public as ''hatred'', saying certificates bagged at Cambridge and Columbia universities should not be compared to those earned from Ho Technical University in Ghana.

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YEN.com.gh has compiled five photos of President Akufo-Addo's niece glowing for the camera even as many continue to vent their spleens over her ''insensitive'' remarks on social media.

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1. Lawyer Aku Akuffo glows in an outfit by @saadiasanusi.

2. A royal blue gown for the lens.

3. Akuffo beams with a smile in the shot.

4. Lawyer Aku Akuffo flexes her grit in a bright red dress.

5. Wine is good for the soul and Aku enjoys the moment, posing with class.

Earlier, YEN.com.gh reported Kwaku Sintim-Misa, famously known as KSM, has averred that his peer group and the immediate generation ahead of him have failed the youth of Ghana.

The TV show host indicated that every responsible generation must ensure that they build on the positive legacies they inherited to benefit future generations.

Speaking in an interview on the Taxi Driver Show hosted by Blakk Rasta on Zylofon FM, the vocal Sintim-Misa decried the pace of development in the country, adding that his generation has failed to build on the positive legacies of their forebears.

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