DKB has been vocal about his disappointment with Ghana’s ongoing president, H.E. Nana Addo, and he isn’t joking.
During a meeting on Accra FM, the Ghanaian comic said he is one of the electors that decided in favor of Nana Addo to be president, however he is currently lamenting his choice.
DKB was conversing with Nana Romeo about legislative issues and financial aspects on his program “Ayekoo” on Accra 100.5 FM today, Thursday, September 22, 2022.
He said confidently, “I voted for Nana [Akufo-Addo],” when asked who he voted for in the most recent general elections. I have always voted for a winning president,” DKB said.
When asked about Nana Addo’s performance as president during the last six years, he said, “I am really dissatisfied.” That things weren’t better is his opinion.
“There are problems, but I believe that government gasoline subsidies would have helped since we are doing our bit. He went on to say that the people of Ghana “are paying the proper taxes,” therefore he had hoped that the government “would shock-absorb us a little.”
After arguing that “Uncle Jerry [John Rawlings] received gasoline subsidies for so long,” in support of government-mandated price reductions, he said, “Our leaders say it’s going to be a load on the government but it is a vital responsibility.” “.
DKD has joined the positions of other Ghanaian famous people — including Yvonne Nelson, Berla Mundi, Mzvee, and Lord Commitment — who have stood up against the nation’s weakening monetary emergency.
Lord Commitment as of late said in a meeting that it is a certain reality that Ghana has become excessively expensive. OK FM in Accra broadcast a live meeting with Ruler Commitment