#Trending Issues: No water bills for Ghanaians for 3 months – Akuffo Addo


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His excellency President Nana Addo Danquah Akuffo Addo on Sunday night thrilled Ghanaian citizens with the good news that they will enjoy free water for the next three months. That is for the month of April, May and June.

The President was addressing the nation last night Sunday April 5, 2020 on the updated measures taken to combat the ongoing Corona Virus pandemic and the majority of Ghanaians couldn’t hide their joy about what the President had to say.

A lot of people took to twitter to show how appreciative they are for this good initiative from the government and as usual, some too were not too happy with the initiative saying the Government could do better.

What really caught our attention at empressleak.biz is a tweet of one popular blogger, Nana Ama Agyemang Asante who’s tweet about the President’s initiative has received a lot of backlash as it did not go down too well with some section of her followers. The tweet reads:

Is the President’s initiative a laudable one or he could do better?

Let us know what you also think in the comment section.

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