The Akufo Addo government’s bluff has named multiple award-winning journalist, Nana Aba Anamoah, for politicizing any of the country’s projects.
According to the GHOne TV editor, it is not because the NPP party was voted on power to criticize its predecessor because of what his administration is doing to cut the unemployment rate in the country, rather than wasting precious time. “… the President ought to tell us just how much jobs he has created alone in the Volta area. The numbers that he added on in the Volta region alone should he tell us. He shouldn’t remind us of what John Mahama did, said, or didn’t say, we don’t care. In the Volta region, there are problems. He should tell us what he did to tackle these issues. We don’t want him to tell us about John Mahama. We do not want him to tell us. What John Mahama did, we know already, and did, we don’t have to remember him.
“If the President has any solution to our problems, he should tackle that we do not need him to remind olhs of what his predecessor did because we already know,” she said.
The NDC accused Nana Akufo-Addo of being Ghana’s most nepotist government ever to have seen on Tuesday 5 November 2019.
Sammy Gyamfi has listed what he says are classic examples of Nepotism in the current administration in his speech to the media at the Party Headquarters of Accra, the NDC communications officer.
Mr Nana Asante Bediatuo, his cousin from Kyebi who serves as Executive Secretary, is among Akufo-Addo ‘s countless government relatives. Not alone is Bediatuo! His father, Kofi Darko Asante, is in power, he is the President of the Governing Council of GlMPA, his mother, Mrs. Vida Asante is President of the House of Representatives, and Kwesi Kuntu Asante, who sits on the Ghana Hostel Board, is the President of the House of Representatives. Furthermore Nana Asante Bediatuo is one the three deputy directors-general in SSNIT appointed by this government, Lauretta Asante (Marital name, Otchere).
“Other relatives of President Akufo-Addo who currently occupy various positions in his government include, Ken Ofori Atta, Minister of Finance, Samuel Atta Akyea, Works and Housing Minister, and Kwesi Amoako Atta, Minister for Roads and Highways, all of whom are cousins of the President.
“Friends from the media, in an unprecedented move, President Akufo-Addo has made his own daughter, Gyankroma Akufo-Addo, a member of the Creative Arts Council.”