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“Previous Gov’t failed us; give Akuffo-Addo time to fix the mess- J Derobie


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Sensational dancehall act, Derrick Obuobi Junior known in stage name as J Derobie has said Ghanaians should exercise patience and give the Nana Addo administration time to rule the country.

According to the fast-rising Ghanaian act, President Akuffo-Addo’s government has a future so Ghanaians should exercise patience.

He said, Ghanaians shouldn’t expect the NPP administration to solve all the problems of Ghana within a short time because they also came to meet issues.

Asked what he thinks about President Akuffo-Addo-NPP led administration on Accra based Class FM with Prince  Benjamin monitored by GhanaNewsPage.com, the poverty hitmaker said, “Akuffo-Addo’s administration is working”

“Akuffo-Addo’s administration to me, personally I think he’s working and its yet for us to see, and I think we will see it some years to come.

“People complained about hardship and all that during the previous government and they kept asking questions why all these are happening because, most of the things were not done to erase all the mess.

“People are still complaining about hardship because the previous government failed to do the right thing in the previous years which is affecting us, so even if Akuffo-Addo is fixing it you wouldn’t see.”

J Derobie also added that our leaders must to be patriotic and follow the footsteps of Dr Kwame Nkrumah.

“He should be patriotic and go back to the Nkrumah days we will see it.”

“We are not passionate about Ghana because of the influence, the things that we see around and the promises we hear from the politicians during campaign times, we hear and see them”

We feel our leaders don’t care and they are not setting an example for the young ones to follow.

If our Leaders are patriotic, zealous and passionate with their deeds and the level of corruption and inflation reduces, it will energize the youth to do more or push for more and follow their footsteps”

Source: Ghana | GhanaNewsPage.com | William Kabutey Dosoo


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