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Resign  Or Face Impeachment-UPP Nat’l Organizer To President Nana Addo


Stephen Kwaku Saahene, National Organizer of United Progressive Party has called for the resignation of the President of the Republic,Nana Addo Dankwa Akuffo Addo for saying he is not sure Aisha Huang was deported from the country.

Same message has also been directed to Mr.Albert Kan Dapaah for sleeping on his job as a security minister.
Stephen Kwaku who spoke out of passion with this morning maintained that,for the President to say he knows nothing about the back and forth of Aisha’s case simply means the President is not on top of issues in the Country and this according to him is a threat to us as citizens.

President Nana Addo Dankwa Akuffo Addo was heard loud saying he is still not sure whether she (Aisha Huang) was in fact deported or whether she fled the country the first time, and has now come back.

Mr.Saahene was surprised about the President’s comment because Aisha Huang  has been arrested in the past on many occasions for engaging in illegal mining and ended up being released on a number of occasions.

According to Saahene,the last time Aisha Huang was arrested in 2017/2018, she was arraigned before Court but escaped prosecution as a result of the filing of a nolle prosequi by the prosecution.

Subsequently, she was deported to her home country, China, in December 2018 so for President Nana Addo to say he isn’t sure Aisha was Deported from the Country is an insult to we the citizens of Ghana and he must resign together with his Security Minister.

Saahene went further to say that , Ghana is a serious County so we need not to joke with our security so if the President and his Security Minister are joking with issues regarding to our peace and security then they must all resign or we impeach the President and sack his minister.

Saahene is not happy about the way the Presidency of the current government is handling Security and economic issues in the Country.

He’s therefore calling on the President to resign honourable to avoid future embarrassment.

Source: Ayisah Foster/

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