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NPP Will Lose 30% Of Their Votes In 2024 Elections – Mr Logic

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Entertainment expert and artist manager Mr. Logic has said that rent problems will cause NPP to lose 30% of their votes.

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Mr. Logic said, “The NPP will lose 30% of their votes because of rent issues.”

Mr. Logic thought that those solutions to the rent problems in Ghana should be put into place because the law says that landlords should only take six months’ rent up front, not two years or one year.

He asked the President to say something about the law about rent that landlords aren’t following. 

Mt. Logic also said that the leaders are forcing people to be violent because they don’t want to hear about the people’s problems.

“The law says that solutions to these rent problems should be put into place. Landlords should only take an advance of six months, not two years. Why can’t this be made the law” 

“We need the President to say that from now on, no landlord will be able to ask for more than six months of rent up front.”

“At Adenta, the cheap housing cost $400,000. How many Ghanaians can pay for this? This is the fourth or fifth time I’ve talked about rent problems.

“I’ve noticed one thing about Ghana: if I insult the MP for works and housing right now, the ministry will send the police to get me, and the rent problem will be solved.

“Abuse will be the next warning about his rent. That’s because we’ve been nice enough.” On Hitz FM’s Matters Dey show, Mr. Logic told Doreen Avio.

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