Freedom of speech has made it possible for everyone regardless of their personality to say anything that they want, whenever that they want and wherever that they want and for that makes people spill carbage at anyone they feel like insulting.
It is in this same vein that musician Dee Aja has called on President Akufo-Addo to desist from immoral activities which the Bible Preaches against because the second coming of our Lord Jesus is near.
Dee Aja who came into limelight with Onaapo song for the National Democratic Congress (NDC) could not come to terms with the numerous corruption scandals leveled against government.
For some time now, the Akufo-Addo government has been tagged as the most corrupt administration ever to come to power with it numerous corruption allegations.
But the President while addressing the 2019 Conference of the Ghana Bar Association, in Takoradi, in the Western Region last week with regards to issues of corruption in his government indicated that he does not have the power to clear his appointees of any wrongdoing but there are accountability institutions in the country that look into cases of corruption and clears appointees of corruption Allegations.
“It is not my job to clear or convict any person accused of wrongdoing, or of engaging in acts of corruption…it cannot be the case that people are condemned on the basis of mere allegations. That is the law of the jungle”.
He noted that efforts made by his opponents to tag his administration as the most corrupt one will not work since he did not come to office to enrich himself.
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“From the allegations against the then Minister-Designate for Energy at his parliamentary confirmation hearings; to that against the former CEO of BOST; to those against the two deputy Chiefs of Staff; to the conflict of interest allegations against the Minister for Finance; to the claims of extortion against the Trade and Industry Minister; to allegations of doubling in visa racketeering against the then deputy Minister for Youth and Sports, the then Director General of the National Sports Authority, who, even though exonerated by the CID, later resigned, and the Chairperson of the Board of the National Sports Authority; to the allegations of bribery levelled against the Secretary to the Inter-Ministerial Committee on Illegal Mining; to the latest involving the suspended acting CEO of the Public Procurement Authority (PPA) and the dismissed CEO of the National Youth Authority – they have all been investigated or are being investigated by the authorised institutions of our state, and not by President Akufo-Addo,”.
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