Member of Parliament for Ningo Prampram Sam George, has described the President Of Ghana as a walking oxymoron per his State Of Nation Address.
The president is a walking oxymoron,” he describes the head of state.
As indicated by him, President Akufo-Addo has claimed the battle as successful but said challenges despite everything remained.
“Operation vanguard has been to a great extent successful despite the fact that there are still problems,” Sam George quoted the president as saying in his message on the State of the Nation last Thursday.
The National Democratic Congress (NDC) said this makes the president to contradict himself.
“How can you be successful and still there are problems?” he pondered on TV3/3FM’s The Key Points on Saturday, February 22.
He compared the President’s to a student who is scoring less than 28% in class but still demanding applause.
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