According to Okyenhene Osagyefuo Amoatia Ofori Panin, those who criticize and disparage President Akufo-Addo over the current economic situation are uncultured villagers, witches, and wizards who without any sense of appreciation.
Speaking At the St. Martin Anglican Church in Kyebi, in the Abuakwa South Municipality of the Eastern Region, on Sunday, October 23, 2022, for the Archeaconry Service’s inaugural service, the overlord of the Abuakwa Kingdom argued that Nana Addo had done more than help Ghanaians, so he couldn’t understand why they were booing him.
He firmly asserted that Ghanaians must recognize President Akufo-important Addo’s contribution to the country’s progress as a result of the numerous policies he has put in place since taking office, such as the Free Senior High School initiative.
According to Okyenhene Osagyefuo Amoatia Ofori Panin, the current economic crisis is a worldwide phenomena and not just affecting Ghana at the time.
In his own words;
“We must appreciate the feat of the President and show him appreciation for what he has done for Ghana. We must defend and protect him”.
”those insulting the President are children of villagers. They are uncivilized. No well-nurtured person will insult an elderly. If you were raised in the Church you will not insult an elder. If you are not villager then you may be a witch or wizard”.
While wishing and encouraging the president, Nana Ofori Pani Amotia told Nana Addo that;
“Not all will like you. Even Jesus Christ was crucified. It won’t bother me if they speak with sincerity but when you speak with hate, witchcraft, and enviness, you must becareful because one day !one day ! one day! one day! One day ! truth will overcome evil lies and envy”.
On illegal mining, Okyenhene called on all to support the President to end the menace.
“Politicians want votes. Nobody will put his presidency on the line for the fight against galamsey. All that politicians like are votes but for him (President Akufo Addo) he doesn’t care about votes but the welfare and wellbeing of the voter is paramount to him”