‘Akufo-Addo is super incompetent’ – Martin Kpebu 

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Private Legal practitioner, Martin Luther Kpebu has described as “super incompetent”, President Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo.

The lawyer says describing the president as incompetent is too mild and it was time “super” was attached to commensurate the kind of leadership the president is providing.

His lividity stems from comments made by the president that he doesn’t care whether people choose to vote the NDC because they have poor roads.

Speaking on TV3’s The Key Points Saturday, October 22, 2022, Mr. Kpebu said it was time Ghanaians tell the president in the face, how poor and abysmal his administration has been, coupled with unsavory comments to the citizenry.

“He has shown over and over that he is just super incompetent. I think now incompetent is too mild let’s add super to it like we have models, super models. You heard what he said over the week; he is not bothered by the complaints about lack of roads in the country and if you want you can vote for the NDC.

“I mean what kind of insensitivity is that? After we take our money, we feed the president, we feed him and he has the effontry to talk to us like that. I’m like this man is he okay? We buy food for you, you feed our food and you talk to us like that?

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“Why? Does he think that 31 million we are all scared of him? We’ll tell him that he is super incompetent. Super super incompetent. We have to talk back at him.

“The tree of democracy is watered by the blood of patriots and villains so those of you out there you can talk in your circles but you’re not willing to step out, you’re the problem,” ranted.

During the day two of his Ashanti Region tour, President Akufo-Addo said on a Kumasi-based Otec FM that he is not moved by threats of voting against the New Patriotic Party for non development when told of Kwabre East constituents’ threats of voting out the NPP for their poor roads.

The President, who is serving his second term and wouldn’t be contesting again said “No problem. People make those kind of threats me they don’t frighten me. Somebody votes for you, somebody supports you because they want you to do things for them and so I understand that.

“There is no need for people to know that if I don’t do it, they’ll also do this or that. That is up to them. Of course I’ll do it but if it happens that during the election you’ll vote for the NDC, that is up to you.

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“Nobody will hold your hand to thumbprint. That’s your own job. I understand the responsibility and we’ll deal with it.”

By Felix Anim-Appau|Onuaonline.com

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