We will curse Akufo-Addo if he doesn't fulfil his promise to us - Pained DKM customers

We will curse Akufo-Addo if he doesn't fulfil his promise to us - Pained DKM customers

Pained customers of DKM Microfinance Company in the Brong Ahafo region have threatened to invoke curses on President Akufo Addo, for failing to honour his promise of retrieving their monies for them.

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We will curse Akufo-Addo if he doesn't fulfil his promise to us - Pained DKM customers

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According to them, the President wooed them to vote for him in the 2016 December elections and has ignored them since his party took over the governance of the country.

Speaking to Kasapa News, one of the angry customers of DKM, Eric Agyei stated that he’ll resort to the gods to deal with the president for deceiving them.

I’ll invoke the wrath of the dreaded Antoa nyama (god) on the president to deal with him ruthlessly. I’ll not allow the President to go free after failing to fulfil his promise made to us. You promised us to refund our monies if we vote you into power, you are in power now and you fail to say a word about your promise while you’re in our region, instead you’re talking about the restoration of Nurses and Teacher trainees allowances.

We will curse Akufo-Addo if he doesn't fulfil his promise to us - Pained DKM customers

Then New Patriotic Party flagbearer ahead of the general elections assured defrauded customers of some microfinance companies in the Brong Ahafo Region that he will retrieve all monies they lost if he is elected in December.

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“If voted as President, I will do everything in my power to get your monies back to you,” he said when he was campaigning in Brong Ahafo last year at the peak of the crisis.

But during President Akufo Addo’s 3-day tour of the region last week, the defrauded customers were expectant to hear the President say something positive about their situation but surprisingly to them shied away from the controversial issue.

Source: Yen.com.gh

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