JUST IN:Another Serious Demonstration To Hits Government Again; Akuffo Addo Told To Make Tough Decision Immediately; Shocking Details Dropped-CHECK.

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The recent circulating news that has undoubtedly caused massive reactions online was when the incumbent President was finally told t make another tough decision about the current Finance Minister, Ken Ofori Atta.

Even though most prominent individuals including the former President, John Mahama had undoubtedly come out to advise Akufo Addo to sack Ken Ofori Atta, it seemed all efforts have been futile as no decision have been made yet about the finance Minister irrespective of his performance in the past couple of years.

Speaking in a recent interview on Asempa FM, the renowned journalist who was popularly known for advocating for the NPP has finally expressed immense disappointment aside urging Akufo Addo to sack the finance minister immediately rise another serious demonstration will hit the jubilee house and not otherwise.


“It’s either the President is not bothered about what is happening or otherwise. We should have seen some changes; you cannot keep the same ministers for one whole term and they continue 2 years into the second term. The President must sack his brother from office. This family and friends’ government is worrying us. As we speak, even the relationship between the Finance Minister and the Central Bank governor is a problem. Our debt to GDP is over 80% but the finance minister is still justifying the amount the government is paying for the construction of the cathedral. I will stage a one-man demonstration if Akufo Addo doesn’t sack Ken Ofori Atta on Thursday. I’m ready to storm the jubilee house and demonstrate for the removal of Ken Ofori Atta as the finance minister”, Omanhene Kwabena Asante emphatically revealed.

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Source: Operanews.

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