Deputy CEO of Masloc, Afia Akoto Schools Sandra Ankobiah And Other Celebrities Calling Out Akufo Addo To Speak

Mrs Afia Akoto, the Deputy CEO of Micro Finance And Small Loans Centre which is popularly known as Masloc has descended on Ghanaian celebrities who are calling out the President to speak.

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The unfortunate and sad incident that happened yesterday in Nigeria, involving the shooting of peaceful protesters has lead to many paying much attention to the country and standing by them in these times.

Ghana who is a sister country to Nigeria, has shown great concern which has lead to them calling out H.E Nana Akufo Addo to say something about it, not only as a President of a sister country but also as the ECOWAS Chairperson.

Celebrities such as Sandra Ankobiah, Nana Aba Anamoah, A Plus, and many others have called out the President to say something about the current issues in Nigeria.

But Masloc Deputy CEO, Afia Akoto seems not to agree with these celebrities, hence coming out to blast and school them in a post on social media.

She said, “I have seen some celebrities posting and asking the President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo to say something. Please let me ask these celebrities ooo. Who told them it is through social media that issues of this nature get resolved. Or you want daily accounts on what he is doing as Ecowas chairperson. And please, he is the Ecowas Chairman meaning he chairs “a body” so he cannot be issuing statements like he is running a “one man Facebook business” wai… Respectfully, stop exposing your ignorance here and shut up if you can’t add up. What you can do is to keep praying for our brothers and sisters and ecowas leaders to quickly resolve this and not just seek unnecessary attention at this time. Silence is indeed golden. Kindly tag them or copy them

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Deputy Masloc CEO, Mrs Afia Akoto @iamqwinadepa , Descends Heavily On Celebrities @sandraankobiah @lydiaforson For Calling On President Nana Addo To Help End #sars . She Posted ; “I have seen some celebrities posting and asking the President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo to say something. Please let me ask these celebrities ooo. Who told them it is through social media that issues of this nature get resolved. Or you want daily accounts on what he is doing as Ecowas chairperson. And please, he is the Ecowas Chairman meaning he chairs “a body” so he cannot be issuing statements like he is running a “one man Facebook business” wai… Respectfully, stop exposing your ignorance here and shut up if you can’t add up. What you can do is to keep praying for our brothers and sisters and ecowas leaders to quickly resolve this and not just seek unnecessary attention at this time. Silence is indeed golden. Kindly tag them or copy them.” : : : . #ghhyper #ghana #idoghana #news #endsars #endpolicebrutality



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