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'I’ve shamed my critics' – Akufo-Addo

Comment: THE PRESIDENT IS TOO DIVISIVE

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TRUMP
Date:
2018-08-12 16:34:20
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So Vindictive


A president's posture and utterances must be palatable and aimed at unifying the country. But our president is always talking of "them and us" and referring to the opposition as his enemies. With this posture, how can Nana Addo rally the whole country behind his vision for national development?

In his inaugural speech (plaigiarised) Nana Addo implored us to be citizens and not spectators. Yet, when anyone has a view different from Nana Addo's, he refers to them as "nay-sayers". How can a president use such words on his own citizens? If he describes anyone drawing his attention to challenges in a project as "nay-sayers", how can the president win such persons to his side? Are we not forced to adopt a culture of silence? To avoid being seen as an enemy of Nana Addo, we are forced to just watch and if he leads us down a cliff and we we perish, so be it!

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THE PRESIDENT IS TOO DIVISIVE
TRUMP
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