Video: “Nana Addo is not fit, vote him out else he’ll die in power like Atta Mills” – Kevin Taylor begs Ghanaians

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Nana Addo is weak

President Nana Addo resumed his tour after Rawlings’s death and mourning to the Volta Region specifically Hohoe Constituency.

He was seen in about three communities giving the people hope of his next four if they vote massively for his win in the upcoming elections slated for December 7.

Addressing the gathering, Akufo Addo envisaged that the Volta region has not seen any development under the NDC for the past years.

So, they should have trust in him the New Patriotic Party (NPP) Parliamentary Candidate for the Hohoe Constituency, Hon. John Peter Amewu.

As the President finished his speech and he was resting, he was found taking a snooze and this action has got Ghanaian on social media talking.

According to most social media users, this is not the first time they have spotted the President sleeping at a campaign ground.

Ekow Kevin Taylor reacting to the chronic sleeping habit of President Akufo Addo has admonished Ghanaians to vote against the NPP flagbearer else what happened to Atta Mills will happen to Akufo Addo.

On his With All Due Respect Show yesterday 23rd November 2020, he said the 76-year-old president is tired physically, mentally, and emotionally, so we need to help him by voting against him so that he can retire and rest.

Ekow Kevin stated that if we do not do this as concerned Ghanaians, Nana Addo would not live to rule for the next 4 years.

“Let us save Akufo-Addo and save Ghana” he stressed.

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