Akufo-Addo must control himself when addressing the public, he’s too annoying – NDC Chairman

President Akufo-advisors Addo’s should constantly remind him to use prudence when speaking to Ghanaians, according to Mr. Issah Moro, the constituency chairman of the National Democratic Congress (Ndc) chapter in Kwadaso.

In a conversation with the reporter, Moro laments the President’s recent inflammatory remarks.

Chairman Moro referred to the President’s remarks on the Otec FM and remarked that the words the President used were regrettable.

“How can a president of a whole nation go so far as to use such comments on NPP supporters who declare, ‘I don’t care. They may cast their votes for the NDC if I haven’t built their roads.

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“As a leader, you are expected to accommodate some concerns,” said Chairman Moro. Because some remarks made by the public may make you wonder whether you are succeeding or failing.

In other words, if the people believe that their requests are not being satisfied by the government, they also have the right to criticize.

“For this reason, every leader should be prepared to consider the opinions of the populace and decide whether or not to act on them.”

In light of this, he is pleading with the members of the Council of State and the religious authorities to counsel the President to always use restraint when speaking to the public.

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