YEN.com.gh outlines the five things or allegations about president Akufo-Addo that Ghanaians wish to know more about. It will interest you to know that his love for a white handkerchief is among these.
There is no doubt in our minds that Ghanaians just love their president. If for nothing at all he got elected at president of the republic with a huge and unexpected vote count against his fierce contender, John Dramani Mahama.
But there still remain some questions about the president that Ghanaians still wish to find answers to. YEN.com.gh explores some of them.
1. Why the white handkerchief in his sleeve?
Ever since Nana Addo won the elections, there has been some changes about him with the most revealing being his avid taste for a white handkerchief. Sometimes tucked in his sleeves most Ghanaians wonder if this handkerchief possesses some "juju" power that enhances his performance as president.
2. Whether indeed he is a drug addict?
One major allegation that can never get out of Nana Addo's radar is this claim of him being a drug addict. YEN.com.gh has recently reported of how some personalities of the opposition NDC including serial caller - Appiah Stadium - made wild allegations that the president smokes weed. We would be so satisfied should Nana Addo give a definite answer on this.
3. Claims of arrogance?
Is our president an arrogant man? Well, the best answer to this question could be that statement made at the first meet the press session where Nana Addo revealed that the 2016 elections had changed him completely as a politician.
4. How he manages the presidency and his health?
Taking over the helm of Ghana as a septuagenarian could come some aches and pains but for some unknown reasons Nana Addo always look as fit as a 20 year old! What kind of food does this 72 year old man eat? It would be so cool to know that.
5. Why the round glasses?
Oh yea! the glasses. With the age of fancy glasses one may wonder why our loving president sticks to his round shaped glasses which arguably makes him out of touch with fashion. Could it be that Nana Addo just loves round things?
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