A leading communication member of NPP, Mr. Baah Acheamfour has alleged that the President His Excellency Nana Akufo Addo himself is not happy and very disappointed in the performance of Finance Minister Mr Ken Ofori Atta. According Mr Baah Acheamfour, he had a conversation with one of the party leaders who is closer to the President.
After deep chat with him, the said appointee revealed to him that Nana Akufo Addo is mad over the abysmal performance of Mr Ken Ofori Atta. ” I spoke to a former appointee of the President and I am telling you that the president himself is disappointed in Ken Ofori- Atta.
He is so disappointed in Ken Ofori- Atta. He went further to allege that the President thought Mr Ken Ofori Atta can do the work and use innovative ways to bring money to the party but he’ s now disappointed.
” Akufo- Addo thought that Ken will deliver. . . Akufo Addo thought that should the party need some funds, Ken Ofori- Atta will conjure some magic to get the funds. He taught Ken was a genius and will be conjuring magic and he (Akufo- Addo) is disappointed at the current state of Ghana’ s economy” . The goodnews is that there is still hope in Ghana but unfortunately he won’ t come from NPP but NDC. He stated that NPP is no more capable of saving the economy but only Mahama can.
There is hope but not in the NPP. Because the NPP has proven that there is no hope. Today. The only hope in Ghana is calling back John Dramani Mahama in 2024″.
Mr. Baah Acheamfour who made the revelation in a radio interview said he had always supported Akuffo Addo but the appointment of Ken Ofori-Atta was let the President down.
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