I’ll sue Akufo-Addo – Osofo Kyiri Abosom

The Ghana Union Movement (GUM) presidential candidate, Rev Dr. Christian Kwabena Andrews, also known as ‘Osofo Kyiri Abosom,’ has vowed to sue President Nana Akufo-Addo for the destruction of state property to pave the way for the building of a national cathedral in the December polls if elected President.

In fulfillment of a pledge made to God by President Nana Akufo-Addo ahead of the 2016 elections, some state property housing some judges in Accra was reduced to create space for the construction of the building.

The decision faced a backlash from some opponents who claimed the General Secretary of the Convention People’s Party, James Kobena Bomfeh, was a misplaced priority in the midst of Supreme Court suits.

The remainder of his initiatives includes the provision of free ports, the payment of monthly pensions to the elderly, the training of senior high school students to learn skills, the emphasis on herbal medicine to provide universal free healthcare, and the provision of free education from the level of the crèche upwards.

Rev Andrews was also accused of worsening the plight of Ghanaians by President Akufo-Addo.

He said the government failed to fulfill its 2016 campaign promises of electioneering, including 1D1F, 1 village 1 dam, 1 constituency 1 million dollars, and others.

The factories, where are they…?? It’s all lies, and in their districts, many people can’t find a factory. It’s really easy… if you can’t do it, you’re going to get Osofo Kyiri Abosom to do it,’ he said.

“The former basic school teacher, commenting on his electoral fortunes, expressed confidence that the “word on the ground is that it is time for GUM to take over the Jubilee House and address the myriad problems facing Ghanaians and put an end to the duopoly of the NDC-NPP.

They have nothing to give the suffering voters and society’s vulnerable; Akufo-Addo is going to go into opposition, he’s a one-term president, he knows, no doubt about that.

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