“If we follow the order of life, then the road ahead for Akufo-Addo will be shorter than all of you (young people). If you go to the market, you will see a suede and an old goatskin. The young man will die; I agree, But if natural order is to be maintained, then twenty-year-olds will live in the next fifty years.”
“At my age, my lifespan will be shortened, and Nana Akufo-Addo’s lifespan will be shortened, because according to his age, in a natural order, his time is shorter, so he will not pay his debts.”
This is the logic of the former president’s attempt to overturn the deficit of more than one million votes in an attempt to return to Flagstaff’s former residence.
He lamented that since coming to power in 2017, the Akufo-Addo government has increased the country’s debt stock by as much as 137 billion hryvnia, with little to show.
In a speech by John Mahama, the head and elder of the Nadori Heritage Committee, Ghanaians urged the government to take responsibility for how the government uses these borrowed funds.
According to the national data company’s standard-bearer, he claimed that the Akufo-Addo, who had borrowed more than 137 billion GHC, was not long enough to repay these debts, so the Ghanaian took the future of his country in his hands. unwise.
He advised the younger generation to remember that when the country repays its debts, Akufo-Addo will no longer exist and the responsibility will fall on them.
He said the government cannot attribute the huge debt of free SHS to the plan because the plan is funded from oil revenue.
“The free SHS is not part of the debt. The free SHS is 3.6 billion hryvnia, which is drawn from our oil revenue and therefore is not a debt. So let us let go of the free SHS, which is 137 billion Dutch Dun, what did you do? This is a question we must participate in this election. He (Akufo-Addo) will not pay.
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