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05 February 2017

Nana Addo Warned Not To Put Ghana On Autopilot

Cooperate Affairs Manager for Group Ndoum, Richard Keelson has challenged President Nana Akufo-Addo not to be reluctant in cracking the whip if he wants to run a successful administration.

He further cautioned him to move away from the practice of blaming others when things go wrong and institute strict measures to punish offenders to regulate and enhance their work rate towards work.

Mr. Richard Keelson believes the rich political experience the president has puts him on top of issues and gives him the advantage to address the main challenges facing Ghana.

He posits that Ghana under Nana Akufo-Addo would only hit a snag if the president decides to allow it happen by switching the country to an autopilot mode.

In his view, Ghana is a small country and President Nana Akufo-Addo can do his best to make it great again.

Speaking on ATV’s current affairs show dubbed Asem Yi Di Ka, Mr. Keelson noted that “Nana Addo knows every problem in Ghana. When I was a young reporter I followed him around a bit during the Kumipreko days in 1995. He should develop the political will and institute strict measures to punish those who go against them”.

 

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