Actress, Lydia Forson says she’s not surprised at the abysmal performance of the President Akufo-Addo government.
In a tweet she said she anticipated a failed regime the moment the President refused to fire his communicatons officer at the Presidency, Eugene Arhin for plagiarising his inaugural speech.
It could be remembered that some parts of the Presidents first speech while he was been sworn in as President were plagiarized. The contents were picked from speeches of some American presidents without references given.
“When our president didn’t fire Eugene Arhin for plagiarizing his inaugural speech; you should’ve known things were going downhill from there. Plagiarism is literally stealing someone’s work and passing it off as your own. Stealing oh, but he was kept there to continue”, Lydia tweeted.
According to her the ruling NPP are under constant fire because they laid the foundation for it. She said the erstwhile John Mahama led administration were held to account fiercely by the NPP in opposition and they’re being subjected to same while in power.
“Each time the NPP laments over how the minority frustrates their efforts,I wonder if they’re that out of touch. Mahama couldn’t fart without y’all threatening demonstrations; your petty was unmatched. YOU are the reason we’re all on your necks; you laid the foundation,” she said.