A Senior Lecturer at the Department of History and Political Science at the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST), Dr. Edward Brenya has stated that, the decision by the Chief of Kpone to walk out on President Akufo-Addo when he visits him during his campaign tour is not disrespectful to the President, but he was only being realistic with politicians.
The Kpone Chief, Nii Tettey Otu (ii) was captured on a viral video walking out on the President during a Ceremony to cut sod for some developmental projects in the area.
A lot of Ghanaians have questioned the actions of the Chief with some suggesting that, he was being disrespectful with the number one gentleman of the land.
But speaking on TV3’s news last night, Dr. Brenya explained that, the actions of the Chief was as a result of the disappointments by Politicians in the Country who only pretend to be working when it is time for elections.
Meanwhile, in an interview with TV3’s Rolland Walker, the Chief explained that, his actions was not meant to disgrace the President.
The President on the other hand has responded to the actions of the Chief by stating that, he the Chief has never never voted for the NPP and he should direct his anger to those who have lied to him.
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