The photographer at the Flagstaff House has come under massive criticism over the poor photographs of the president and his guests.
Ghanaians on social media have expressed displeasure over the quality of photographs the communication bureau of the presidency have been releasing since the NPP took office
The latest backlash is as a result of pictures released by the presidency after the visit of the British Foreign Secretary, Boris Johnson.
This has drawn the rage of Ghanaians on social media; most of the photos produced by the office appear dull, have too much exposure and others with poor photo composition.
Sample of what some Ghanaians are saying about the poor nature of photos from the presidency:
So someone at the presidency paid to take photographs and maintain the president's image released these unattractive pictures. Or the person is doing it for free? If they are, can they fire him and hire someone with clear eye and sense of what looks good?, Nana Ama Agyemang Asante said on Facebook.