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Akufo-Addo Accused of Deception, Calls for NPP Exit Gain Momentum”

Juliet Korkor 4 weeks ago 0

Social commentator, Kwame Asare Obeng, also known as A Plus, has urged the people of Ghana to reject the New Patriotic Party (NPP) in the upcoming 2024 elections.

During an appearance on United Television’s United Showbiz, A Plus expressed his belief that the current government, led by President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, had deceived the citizens of Ghana.

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He warned against falling for any deceptive tactics employed by the NPP.

A Plus criticized President Akufo-Addo for failing to live up to the expectations set during his campaign, stating that the President appeared indifferent to the needs of the Ghanaian people.

He called on voters to overlook Akufo-Addo’s image and focus on the government’s actions, which he claimed demonstrated a lack of concern for the populace.

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The social commentator highlighted the issue of power outages, known as Dumsor, as a key point of contention.

He argued that it was unacceptable for the citizens of Ghana to endure such hardships while the government failed to address the problem.

A Plus emphasized the importance of holding the NPP accountable for their promises and actions, stating that if Dumsor persisted, the party should be voted out of power.

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In conclusion, A Plus urged members of the NPP to challenge their government and demand better governance on behalf of the Ghanaian people.

He emphasized the need for accountability and transparency in order to prevent further deception and disappointment among voters.

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