Ato-kwamena Dadie criticises Amissah-Arthur

Ato-kwamena Dadie criticises Amissah-Arthur

Ato-kwamena Dadzie, a journalist with Accra-based Joy FM, launched a caustic verbal attack on Vice-President Amissah-Arthur, describing him a leader of the government's "mismanagement team"

Ato-kwamena Dadie criticises Amissah-Arthur

The journalist's comment comes after the Vice-President stated on Wednesday that the opposition New Patriotic Party (NPP) could not manage the country because, according to him, they had not managed their internal affairs properly.

Vice-President Amissah-Arthur said: "Our leadership of the nation makes it stable and unified. So there’s a test of leadership when we go to the elections on November 7. Are we selecting a leader who is able to keep his house in order? Are we selecting a leader who is bringing confusion within his party?"

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In a reaction on Facebook on Thursday, Ato-Kwamena implied that the Vice-President was a "mismanager" of the country, who should not be calling others bad managers.

The journalist's caustic criticism of the Vice-President comes barely a week after he launched a similar verbal attack on the president.

Speaking at the ‘By the Fire Side’ event organised by Blogging Ghana, Ato-Kwamena had said that if a rating of the top 10 most incompetent people in Ghana was done, President Mahama would top the list.

He further described President Mahama as a "patchwork of a president", amid other abrasive criticisms.

Ato-kwamena Dadie criticises Amissah-Arthur

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Ato Kwamena's propensity to criticise public officials harshly nearly got him into trouble about two months ago when the Member of Parliament for Assin Central, Kennedy Agyapong, accosted him and threatened to beat him.

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