Traders at the Kaneshie Market are complaining bitterly over what they call ‘Big English’ by President Nana Addo Dankwah Akufo-Addo.
They want the president to either speak local languages more often or speak simple English more audibly so that they can hear and understand him.
This is not the first time a comment has been passed about the slurring of President Nana Addo.
The first time was when former President John Mahama teased the current president during the electioneering campaign for evading a debate and going on radio to speak what he called “big English”.
The traders said they want the president to tone down on the big English and slurring.
Meanwhile, Professor Nana Essilfie Kondua of African University College of Communications agreed with the traders, saying that it is time government officials speak more local languages or used interpreters when they speak with the public.