- President Nana Akufo Addo has taking an innocent swipe at a former NDC Minister
- He joking referred to the former minister as an example of anarchy
- He was responding to a question concerning the state of security in the country following the NPP government's "eventful" first six mont in office
President Nana Akuffo Addo initiated a little coming relief during his maiden interactive press conference today when he flippantly referred to a former NDC Minister as a sign of anarchy.
Last week a concealed audio-video recording device was found planted in the lands and Natural Resources Minister, Hon. John Peter Amewu's office. This device, which included a camera, storage unit, and what's suspected to be a transmitter.
A former NDC government minister, Tamale South Member of Parliament (MP), Hon. Inusah Fuseini eventually admitted to having placed the "bug" in the Lands Minister's office.
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Hon. Fuseini alleged that he had done so during his time as Lands and Resources Minister for his own protection amid a wall of criticism for doing so.
Now responding to a question from Multimedia Group's Afia Pokuaa regarding the security of the general public having quoted recently past examples, President Akufo Addo broke the tension in the room by taking a humorous jibe at the Tamale Central MP.
"You have to ask Inusah Fuseini whether we are safe…. and if you want an example of anarchy, that’s him”, he jested.
Though the President was a little "light" with his initial answer, he did assure those present and Ghanaians tuning in that Ghana was safe and would continue to be so during his term in office.
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