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NDC calls Nana Addo a legal alien who is not on top of issues

The national chairman of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) Kofi Portuphy has accused the president, Nana Akufo-Addo of being a “legal alien” and one who is not abreast of issues.

According to him, the president spends most of his time outside the country and he is therefore not on top of issues.
Mr Portuphy made this known during the NDC’s assessment of the six-month-old government of Akufo-Addo.

Portuphy argued that the president could have done better at the media encounter as he failed to answer most of the questions posed to him.
“We are not surprised because he spends more time abroad than at home… Akufo-Addo is a legal alien,” Mr. Portuphy said.

“Where is the Free SHS, where is the one district-one factory, where is the one village and one dam promises and the $1 million promised in Ghana Must Go bag for every constituencies?” Mr. Portuphy asked, adding that the president has failed citizens.

He also touched on security in the country, saying that there is an “unprecedented upsurge in violent crimes to the disbelieve of Ghanaians.”

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