Loudmouth Bono Regional Chairman for the ruling New Patriotic Party (NPP), Kwame Baffoe Abronye has described Ghanaians or party supporters who engaged in skirt and blouse during the 2020 presidential and parliamentary elections as ‘idiots’.
A footage that has gone viral captures a visibly angry Kwame Baffoe unleashing insults on some members of the NPP who he posited are to blame for the unimpressive performance of the party in the parliamentary polls.
The NPP failed to maintain the Majority status in Ghana’s 8th Parliament of the 4th Republic. In the election that was conducted on December 7, 2020, both NPP and the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) secured 137 parliamentary seats apiece. Andrews Amoako Asiamah, an independent candidate won the Fomena seat and has declared his allegiance to the NPP.
The party had sanctioned Mr. Amoako Asiamah who entered Parliament in 2016 on its ticket for deciding to contest as an independent candidate following some disagreements with constituency executives.
On the back of suggestions that the NPP’s performance in the parliamentary election is below par, Kwame Baffoe, affectionately called Abronye DC argued that members who voted skirt and blouse are responsible for the ‘unfortunate’ development.
What baffles him is the incessant calls by some of these supporters for an appointment.
“You spew gibberish and later send Chairman a message that you want an appointment; you want your mother. Idiot!” he fumed with rage while stressing that executives of the party must not be attacked for the number of seats secured.
“You practice skirt and blouse but call for the head of Chairman Wontumi. You want him to resign? What have you done for the party? How did you vote? Why vote for our presidential candidate and fail to vote for the party’s parliamentary candidate? Are you sensibler than Chairman Wontumi?” he asked.
“You voted for Nana Addo but voted for an NDC parliamentary candidate, but you’re a member of the NPP. You’re now calling us to ask if it will be easy for the government with such parliamentary figures. It will be easy for your mother. Enough of the tomfoolery,” Abronye berated again.
“Mo De3, Gyimie Nkoaa” – Don’t Burn The Excavators, Use Them To Fix Roads – Twene Jonas
In a report filed by StarrNews, the chiefs have called on the government to stop burning their excavators. They rather want the government to use the seized excavators to fix the deplorable roads in the region.
According to Twene Jonas, the burning of excavators seized by the anti-galamsey taskforce won’t solve the galamsey menace the country is facing.
“Burning down excavators which have been hugely invested in is madness and shouldn’t be encouraged in this country. Akufo Addo should use the seized excavators fix Ghana’s bad roads” he said.
Akufo Addo Has Fixed Everything Including Mahama’s Relationship With ‘Slay Queens’ – Abronye DC
Highly-opinionated Abronye DC has for the first time added his voice to the buzz in town in reference to the #FixTheCountry protest.
According to him, he’s yet to understand why some Ghanaians are so irresponsible and ungrateful.
In the ice of Abronye DC, Akufo-Addo has already fixed the country especially with everything he promised and he has even brought decency to the presidency.
He stressed that former President John Mahama highly disgraced himself as he was rumoured to have been the father of numerous slay queens in the country amidst the ‘papa no’ brouhaha.
He made this disclosure while bashing Efia Odo for championing the #FixTheCountry agenda on social media.
According to her, #FixTheCountry campaigners must be specific in their demands and not ask the government to fix the whole country.
You And Your People Are Not ‘Smart’ At All- Top Ghanaian Journalist Boldly Exposes France
Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, President of the Republic, left Ghana on Sunday, May 16, 2021, for a nine (9) day official working visit to France, Belgium, and South Africa.
These working visits are part of the President’s efforts to re-engage with the world following the Coronavirus pandemic, and they highlight Ghana’s impressive business-friendly environment to the rest of the world.
In France, President Akufo-Addo is attending a Summit on Financing African Economies hosted by French President Emmanuel Macron on Tuesday, May 18.
The Summit brings together various African and European leaders and heads of international financial institutions to devise strategies for Africa’s recovery.
Speaking on Peace FM’s ‘Kokrokoo’ on Tuesday, Kwesi Pratt questioned the logic in organizing the summit in France.
He asked why the African leaders would leave Africa to attend a summit on COVID-19 in France, asking if there is no place in West Africa where they could have held the summit.
To Mr. Pratt, this sends a wrong signal, hence stressing Africa must wake up and stop the neocolonialism.
“So, if there is an outbreak of COVID in West Africa and we want to discuss issues about it, we have to go to Paris. We couldn’t organize it in Ghana, Lagos or Abuja, unless we send it to Paris. Why? Emmanuel Macron is doing this because he knows what he wants. You know what, all the French-speaking African countries’ foreign reserves are stored in the Central Bank of France to the extent that the French-speaking African countries save up their foreign reserves in France, go back for a loan and pay interest on it. This arrangement between us and the former colonial metropolis doesn’t help West Africa,” he said.
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