Many Ghanaians’ lives have been rendered unbearably tough because of the present economic crisis, which has been blamed on the governing NPP party by media personality Afia Pokuaa, also known as Vim Lady, of Accra’s Okay FM.
She predicted that the NPP will get less than ten percent (10%) of the vote in the next national elections in 2024 if they continue messing up the economy.
Speaking on her “Egyasogyaso” show on Okay FM stated, “You are going to pay dearly in the 2024 elections. You people just have two years more. Last minutes to prove us wrong. In the two years that are ahead of us, if you do not try to save your image, and the problems you will get in this country, you might not get 10 per cent of the votes.”
Journalist Ken Ofori-Atta echoed the calls for the resignation of the Finance Minister, Ken Ofori-Atta.
So, she urged the President to heed her advice and oust the finance minister, who had repeatedly stated that Ghana would never seek assistance from the IMF.
“There is a lot of dissatisfaction. On top of that, all the information I’m receiving matches what’s happening on the ground. Listen to others. As much as I beg you, Nana Addo, to remove Ken Ofori Atta from office, “According to Afia Pokuaa.