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AKUFO ADDO’S BOOING SIGNIFIES VOTE OF NO CONFIDENCE IN HIM – Sammy Gyamfi

The booing of President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo at the Global Citizens Festival has been seen as a vote of no confidence by the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC).

Sammy Gyamfi, the party’s national communications director, claims that the booing is evidence that young people have lost faith in the present government.

The “activity of the young indicates an overwhelming vote of no confidence” in the administration, he added in a statement that was distributed to the media.

“The events of that day were unprecedented, as no sitting Ghanaian President, at least under the Fourth Republic, has ever been subjected to such ridicule and embarrassment.”

The NDC also criticised attempts to blame it for the booing of the President amid the indicators like the soaring inflation that underscore the cost of living crisis.

It said, “the mess” overseen by the Akufo-Addo administration will not be solved by blaming of political opponents.

The opposition party said this was “not only insulting to the sensibilities of Ghanaians but also underscores the fact that this government and their hired apologists are simply oblivious of our present reality, or perhaps they are underestimating the anger of the Ghanaian people.”

“The frustrations expressed by the youth on that fateful day perfectly reflect the excruciating and frustrating times Ghanaians presently find themselves,” the party added.

The NDC maintained that the disaffection among young people demonstrated the need of a plan to provide decent, long-term employment opportunities.

 

 

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