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Akufo-Addo Planning How To Rig The Election – A Plus Alleges



Controversial musician and political activist, Kwame Asare Obeng, popularly known as A Plus has fired President Akufo-Addo once again, accusing him of planning how to rig the 2020 election because of his disappointing record in governance.

Making his case, A Plus shared an old video of then candidate Akufo-Addo admonishing Ghanaians to vote out any government that fails to meet the expectation of its people.

He wrote, “No government has the automatic right to be elected twice. We should not give government the sense of the right to be elected twice unless they perform and unless they deliver on the promises they made.

This man right here promised to reduce ministers. He increased it. This man promised not to run a family and friends government, today it is worse. This man promised a stronger cedi. Today the cedi is worse than it was. This man promised to fight corruption by using Anas’ strategy. Today he is fighting Anas. This man promised to protect the public purse. Today he is fighting the Auditor-General and everybody who is protecting our money so that his people like Osafo Marfo can have their way. This man used investigations by Manasseh Azure to conclude that the NDC was corrupt and rallied Ghanaians to vote them out. Today he is fighting the same Manasseh. If you are asked to define dishonest, just draw this 👉🏽 ○-○ 😆😆😆😆

He knows very well that he does not deserve a second term. And he knows the good people of Ghana will not vote for him twice After the dishonest, lies and failed promises so he is planning on how to rig the elections. That’s the only option left for him now. Very disgraceful 😞

Source: GhanaFeed.Com

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