Ghanaians angry and blast Akufo Addo for hurriedly posting Queen Elizabeth just 27 seconds after her death

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News has suddenly swamped every available area online that the ruler of the British Empire, Queen Elizabeth II has died.

Prior to that, claims arose online that Queen Elizabeth’s health was worsening and had been put under medical monitoring at Balmoral Castle, her estate in the Scottish Highlands.

Unfortunately, she died away and the Royal family has relayed the terrible message all over mainstream media.

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Before her tragic passing, the president of the Republic of Ghana, Akufo Addo stated the thoughts of Ghanaians are with the British Royal family in these trying hours.

The official Facebook page of the presidency shared thus;

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“My thoughts and the thoughts of all Ghanaians, at home and abroad, are with Queen Elizabeth II, the British Monarch and Head of the Commonwealth, the organization of which Ghana is a proud member, and her family, in these difficult moments. I wish her the best and God’s blessings.”

And just 27 seconds after her death, Akufo Addo hurriedly posted Queen Elizabeth with a thesis to eulogize the family of the monarch and her countrymen accordingly.

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Fast forward, Ghanaians on social media became angry and started to chastise Akufo Addo for always in quick mode to send external condolences at the expense of the struggles of Ghanaians.

Reach from the screenshots below:

Akufo Addo wishes Queen Elizabeth


Ghanaians angry and blast Akufo Addo
Ghanaians angry and blast Akufo Addo

Ghanaians angry and blast Akufo Addo



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