If Were elections held on Saturday, Akufo Addo Would’ve Lost – Bulldog

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Artiste Administrator Bullgod has said that the ongoing leader of Ghana, Nana Akufo-Addo, would have lost assuming races had been led this previous Saturday.

Bullgod, an extraordinary visitor on Accra’s Hitz FM on September 26, 2022, said that the boos the Ghanaian president got eventually during his discussion at Saturday night’s Worldwide Resident Celebration were all that anyone could need of a sign.

Prior, he thought the Ghanaian pioneer was at some unacceptable spot when he came to address the crowd and subsequently was booed.

“Look, what happened that day, if we were going to the ballot box that day he would lose. Trust,” he declared.

He provided the impression with the thirteenth Leader of Ghana had bombed his kin and not shown sympathy for their difficulty.

“If you are leading a people, you need to listen to them. You need to feel what they feel. You need to make their lives better. That’s why we elect leaders,” he said.

“So if you’re in leadership and your followership is not in the right space, the right frame of mind, conditions are harsh, chale, what do you expect them to do? This is the only way [they could register their displeasure],” he stressed.

Media outlet master Bullgod additionally said that by far most of the crowd at the 2022 Worldwide Resident Celebration sneered President Akufo-Addo.

The Andy Dosty-drove Dawn Hitz group addressed him on this, yet he stood firm, later explaining that the ideal interest group was youngsters and not a political crowd.

What’s more, in the event that these youngsters are presented to this, or on the other hand in the event that they emulate it, you can see where this country is going.

On September 24, 2022, the Worldwide Resident Celebration praised its 10th commemoration with occasions in New York City’s Focal Park and Accra, More prominent Accra District, Ghana’s Dark Star Square.

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