A Member of Parliament has called out the President of Ghana, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo for being what he referred to as a "lame duck president".
Inusah Fuseini, who is also the former Minister of Lands and Natural Resources challenged Nana Addo to "walk the talk" against corruption.
According to the legislator, Nana Addo, despite his much-publicised campaign against corruption, has failed on many occasions to take action against people who have offended the law or made ethnocentric comments.
The Tamale Central MP stated that, even as Nana Addo "is a man on a purpose", he doesn't come across as sure of the actions to take.
"I want the president to direct the Minister for Justice and Attorney General to prosecute the Delta Forces who invaded the court in broad daylight and freed their people", Fuseini said on Joy TV's Newsfile show.
He continued that Nana Addo's speeches against corruption would not be satisfactory if they were not backed by action.
"Leadership is not talking. Leadership is doing," he said.
Inusah Fuseini tasked the Nana Addo administration to not repeat the errors of the John Mahama government as Ghanaians voted for a change and not "repeating mistakes".
"We are holding president Nana Akufo-Addo to the standards he set for himself," he added.
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