Controversial Ghanaian female politician and the founder of Ghana Freedom Party (GFP), Madam Akua Donkor has begged the President of the Republic, President Akufo-Addo to burry Kofi Annan at the Asomdwee Park.
She explained that burying a Ghanaian Diplomatic like Kofi Annan who was not a soldier at a private cemetery like the military cemetery where the military will restrict people from seeing his tomb is not appropriate.
Bleaching in our part of the world is very common even though the consequences are clear in the eyes of everyone. With the influx of body bleaching creams in this country, you don’t need a rocket scientist to tell you that bleaching of the skin is a lifestyle for some African women.
There have been uncountable awareness campaigns to enlighten people especially, women on the negative effects of skin bleaching but yet it seems not to be going into the ears of most women. They feel special and unique when they see their bleached skin without realizing the damage being caused to their bodies.
President Akufo Addo has received a lot of backlash from both Ghanaians and other bigwigs for his opinion whether Ghana will legalize homos*xuality or not. Ghanaians in general hates opinions deviating from the way they think, always expecting a specific opinion or answer to a particular question.
Illiterate politician, Maame Akua Donkor has also blasted the president for his stance on the subject matter, alleging that Akufo Addo and Vice-president Bawumia are homos*xuals.
Three senior executives of the Ghana Freedom Party who were accused of robbing Akua Donkor of $30,000 have all been handed a 20 year jail sentence.
The Accra Circuit Court hearing the case found them guilty for conspiracy to rob and robbery Tuesday.
Akua Donkor of the Ghana Freedom Party has been outlining her plans for a better Ghana in a recent interview with GraphicOnline.
The GFP flagbearer is the most colourful personality in Ghana politics (except for perhaps Hassan Ayariga) – and she showed why again with her performance.