Ghanaians who insult Akufo Addo are villagers and witches – Okyenhene fires

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Okyenhene Osagyefuo Amoatia Ofori Panin called critics of President Akufo-Addo over economic suffering uncivilized peasants, witches, and wizards with no appreciation.

The lordship of Akyem Abuakwa believes Ghanaians should respect President Akufo-many Addo’s measures, such as Free Senior High School, for the country’s progress.

He claimed the economic crisis is worldwide.

“We must appreciate the feat of the President and show him an appreciation for what he has done for Ghana. We must defend and protect him”.

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“Those criticizing the President are children of villages,” Okyenhene said. Uncivilized. Well-raised people don’t offend seniors. Church-raised people don’t offend elders. You may be a witch or wizard if you are not a villager.

Okyenhene assured President Akufo-Addo that “Not everybody will like you.” Jesus was crucified.

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It won’t disturb me if people talk honestly, but when you speak with hatred, witchcraft, and jealousy, you must be cautious because one day, truth will defeat bad lies and envy”.

President Akufo-Addo attended the Archeaconry Service inauguration at St. Martin Anglican Church in Kyebi, Abuakwa South Municipality, on Sunday, October 23, 2022.

READ ALSO: Criticizing Akufo Addo won’t solve the problem, we have to tackle the fundamentals first- Abu Sankara

On illegal mining, Okyenhene called on all to support the President to end the menace.

“Politicians want votes. Nobody will put his presidency on the line for the fight against galamsey. All that politicians like are votes but for him (President Akufo Addo) he doesn’t care about votes but the welfare and wellbeing of the voter is paramount to him”

President Akufo-Addo assured Ghanaians to have faith in him that, Ghana will overcome the economic crises.

“Don’t be shaken, continue to have faith in God that the hardship being experienced in the country, through God we shall overcome. Have faith in me !Have faith in me ! This too shall pass” President Akufo-Addo said.

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