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    ‘Go to hell’, ‘go burn the sea’ have been Akufo-Addo’s response to public outcry – Apaak

    President Nana Addo Akufo-Addo cares less about what Ghanaians think and or expect of him the member of parliament of Builsa South, Dr Clement Apaak has said.

    According to Dr Apaak, anytime there is public outcry about his [Akufo-Addo] conduct or that of his appointees, his response to or reaction is, “go to hell, go burn the sea.”

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    Dr Apaak’s comment comes on the back of the use of a private jet by the President for his trip to the United States that is costing the Ghanaian taxpayer US$14,000 an hour according to North Tongu MP, Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa.

    Despite public outcry after the president first hired the jet for his trip to Germany and Luxemburg, he yet again hired the jet for the 6th Session of the United Nations General Assembly in US.

    De Apaak is convinced the president does not care about what Ghanaians say about him.

    “As evidenced, consider his reaction and conduct regarding the unjustified use of tax payers money to rent and fly around in luxury jets; look at his reaction to the fraudulent Sputnik V deal; look at his reaction to the issue surrounding the former and current Auditor General, just to mention a few,” he stated in a Facebook post.

    According to the lawmaker, President Akufo-Addo’s disregard and lack of respect for Ghanaians is condoned by the NPP as a party. The party according to him “accepts his impetuous and inconsiderate conduct.”

    He said although Nana Akufo-Addo will not be on the ballot in 2024, “Ghanaians have an opportunity to exact their pound of flesh by punishing the NPP in both the presidential and parliamentary polls for ‘birthing” him and enhancing his insensitive and reckless leadership.”

    He is asking Ghanaian to say no to the NPP on December 7th 2024.

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