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Nana Addo Can't Fulfil Any Of His Promises . . . He Has Only 4 Years – Koku
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President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo is only 40 days old in office - but some individuals in opposition are of a view that the president will not succeed.

A private legal practitioner and member of the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC), Abraham Amaliba recently vowed to do whatever it takes to ensure that Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo fails as President and subsequently rejected by the electorates in the next elections.

Again, a deputy General Secretary of the ‘Umbrella’ party, Koku Anyidoho has also averred that the president will totally fail to fulfil all promises he made during his campaign season.

Despite the president’s recent announcement to commence his ‘Free education’ policy in September this year, Koku maintained that the policy among others will be a flop.

Speaking on NEAT FM’s morning show dubbed 'Ghana Montie', the deputy Chief Scribe noted that President Akufo-Addo's juicy promises was to lure the electorates which he succeeded in doing so.

“All what they [NPP] promised Ghanaians, they will not do it. The hardship will rather be unbearable. The same Ghanaians who gave President Mahama four years will not hesitate to give Nana Addo only four years and take him out,” he said.

"It’s obvious Nana Addo cannot fulfil any of his promise. He has only four years to spend at the presidency,” he assured.
Source: King Edward Ambrose Washman Addo/Peacefmonline.com/ Twitter: @Washman5/ Instagram: Washman007

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