Lebanon, Hong Kong and Other Countries Are Burning Because Of Bad Governance, Shut Up And Accept Criticism – Kwaw Kese Blasts Arrogant NPP Officials

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The arrogance of politicians in Ghana is out of this world. They say all the sweet things they can imagine to get you to vote for them but once in power, start treating the same people who voted for them like trash.

That’s how we get Ursula Owusu calling Ghanaians who complain about hardship ‘witches’ and Bawumia and Nana Addo taking no responsibility for sinking the country they claimed they were coming to save.

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Everything they said they’ll do when elected they have failed to – the cedi is still falling, fuel and utility prices have risen and taxes have gone higher rather than been reduced.

Yet they are unhappy when people complain, forcing Kwaw Kese to come out and tell them all to shut the hell up.

In a tweet, Abodam said our politicians should be happy when criticized because the same people crticizing them are the same people who voted for them.

He mentioned how other countries are at war due to bad governance yet Ghanaians are suffering the same in silence.

When people in Hong Kong are choking the streets in protest, NPP officials should even be happy all people do in Ghana is talk.

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Check Kwaw Kese’s tweet below..

His comments come after news anchor Nana Aba Anamoah was roasted online for attacking President Akufo-Addo.

Source: GhanaCelebrities.Com


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