The presidency has come under attack over what many have described as poor photographs of the president and his guests.
The communications bureau of the seat of government, responsible for capturing and sharing images of activities of the President have been criticized for the quality of the pictures released over the past month. The latest backlash is as a result of pictures released by the presidency after the visit of the British Foreign Secretary, Boris Johnson. In some of the pictures, the flash was badly managed, leaving Boris Johnson with a bright glow.
This has drawn the ire of some Ghanaians on social media. Most of the photos produced by the office appear dull, have too much exposure and others with poor photo composition.