We don’t need a coup to remove incompetent, corrupt, talkative & irresponsible Akufo-Addo- Peace Watch Ghana

Founder and Executive Director of Peace Watch Ghana, Madam Nyonkopa Daniels has opined that we do not need a coup to remove the incompetent, talkative, insensitive, corrupt, and wicked President Akufo-Addo and his government from office.

She lamented that the citizens are experiencing unprecedented levels of hardship due to the corruption and incompetence of the government.

Madam Daniels said the President and his appointees are only good at talking but have no clue about managing this country.

“I am extremely disappointed in the Nana Addo government a trillion times because the man who told Ghanaians he will perform better is the worst leader Ghana has ever seen.”

“The prices of goods and services, fuel, and other commodities are rising every day. President Akufo-Addo is aware Ghana is hard. He is aware Ghanaians are suffering. He is aware people are facing serious economic challenges, but he is not doing anything about it. He is only good at talking, corruption, and mismanagement.”

Speaking on Frontline on Rainbow Radio 87.5Fm, Madam Daniels added that “although we are faced with these challenges, we do not need a coup to remove the government”.

She asked Ghanaians to exercise patience and wait for the next election so they will vote out the current administration.

She slammed Oliver Barker-Vormawor for his Facebook post which he is currently being prosecuted for.

“Oliver, Ghana does not belong to you. If I say that I have not insulted you. But your post about a coup is uncalled for, it was unnecessary and irresponsible. I know the government is incompetent but we do not have to use a coup to remove them. Just as we had the patience in waiting for an election in 2020, we should wait for the next election so we will vote them out,” she added.

By: Rainbowradioonline.com/Ghana

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