Speaking on a radio station in Ho on Tuesday, the President said he’s not certain whether or not Ms. Huang was deported or she fled the country.
“I’m not still sure whether she was in fact deported. Or whether she fled the country the first time and has now come back. There still seems to be some uncertainty about it.
“But whichever way it is, she’s become the sort of nickname for all that galamsey represents”, Akufo-Addo said.
Following these remarks, a bit of residents has questioned the President’s dealing with of national safety briefings and other very important items of information.
According to the critics, it’s ‘unfortunate’ for the President to be in the darkish about the actions of a lady who’s perceived to be key in unlawful mining activities in Ghana.
Through posts on both Facebook and Twitter, the critics subsequently urged the President to replace himself on efforts concerning the combat against unlawful mining.
In 2019, the Senior Minister, Yaw Osafo Marfo (an appointee of the Prez. and an agent of the Gov’t) justified the gov’t choice to discontinue Aisha Huang’s prosecution. He said that the gov’t had decided to somewhat deport her. Today, Prez Akufo-Addo says he’s not sure.. pic.twitter.com/Sn9RREpJOY
— Noah (@Eph_Noah) September 13, 2022
Akufo-Addo says he isn’t certain whether or not Aisha Huang was deported or fled the country.
To say he’s the worst President Ghana has ever had is even being charitable to him. Tueh!