The president of the Republic of Ghana, Nana Akufo-Addo, has received a straight bullet from a Nigerian Bishop regarding the current economic crisis the country has been facing.
The Bishop, whose name and church are anonymous to Ghanaians, stated that President Akufo-Addo’s government is satanic and oppressive and that the country needs someone who would be able to restore the image of the country.
He noted that, if elections were held today, the New Patriotic Party would lose woefully due to its poor governance and mismanagement of the country’s finances.
He asserted that President Akufo-Addo’s government is the major cause of the hardship in the country.
“The youth will continue to hunt you because of your bad leadership,” he added.
The Bishop then proceeded to state that the former President of the Republic of Ghana, John Dramani Mahama, stands a chance of winning the 2024 presidential election.
John Dramani is tipped as the potential flag bearer of the opposition party, NDC.
Nonetheless, he urged John Mahama to direct his steps in a noble way so that he would be able to convince the people of Ghana to vote for him.
Some of the supporters of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) descended on the Man of God for using such words to describe the President of Ghana, Nana Akufo-Addo, and his government.
The supporters stressed that the Bishop who made such remarks about Nana Addo’s government is an opportunist because he wants the president to come and see him for directions and ends up taking money from the president for his personal gains.
It is rather unfortunate that we can upload the contents here due to the respect the two countries have for each other because the comments they made about the Man of God were extremely harsh and disturbing.
“You people are in pain, and you have the authority to intervene in our affairs; tell him to advise his president,” someone said.
The president of the Republic of Ghana has accepted that the world is in a serious crisis from which Ghana is not exempt, but he assured the people of Ghana that he would do everything possible to stabilise the economy before he hands over to the next person who might be elected as the next president of Ghana.