Sulemana Braimah, executive director of the Media Foundation for West Africa (MFWA), has stated his dissatisfaction with President Akufo-Addo.
According to him, Akufo-Addo has failed to meet the high hopes that Ghanaians had for him before he became president.
In an interview with Blessed Sogah on Monday’s newspaper review segment of the AM Show, he declared that despite Ghanaians’ grievances with former President John Manama, he will still vote for Manama over Akufo-Addo.
“I believe that we have not witnessed President Akufo-best Addo’s leadership. Some of us anticipated much greater leadership from him than we have received. We did not believe that Mahama gave the sort of leadership that our country required, and so a great deal of faith was placed in President Akufo-Addo. Unfortunately, I do not believe that he has lived up to that confidence,” he explained.
President Akufo-Addo was not a better leader than President Mahama, according to the head of the MFWA.
Sulemana Braimah remarked that despite Ghana’s enormous potential, it is plagued by weak leadership, which is responsible for the country’s developmental losses.
Therefore, he demanded a change in the collective mindset of the country’s population as well as a shift in the country’s leadership.
Mr. Braimah made these statements while speaking to a conversation on a variety of topical topics facing the nation. The problems included the weekend flooding in Accra and the looming security threats in the subregion.
Concerning the prospect of an invasion by terrorists into Ghana, the National Security Ministry has reassured Ghanaians that they have nothing to worry despite the mounting terrorism threat.