Archer demolition: You, your descendants will pay for your abuse of power – Manasseh to government


Manasseh Azure Awuni

Investigative journalist Manasseh Azure Awuni has vehemently criticised President Akufo-Addo and his government for “seeing nothing wrong” with the demolition of some factories at the Trade Fair Centre.

In an open epistle to government, the journalist who has on countless occasions expressed disappointment in the government he voted for said the move to destroy the factories was inappropriate.

While suggesting the demolition was politically motivated, Mr. Azuri reminded the president and his party that posterity will judge them.

“They are in power and have the power to do anything. And they had to teach that arrogant brat a lesson he would never forget. After all, who in this country does not know Raymond Archer has links with the opposition NDC?,” he asked.

“Kudos to those behind this decision and action. Kudos to President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo and his ministers and everyone who saw nothing wrong with this wickedness and are justifying it.

“…remember power will not always be in your hands. One day, you will leave this stage. You or your descendants may pay for what you do with the power you have today.”

The Ghana Trade Fair Company Limited (GTFCL) on Sunday evening took tenants and owners of factories situated at the Trade Fair by surprise when it embarked on a demolition exercise backed by “orders from above”.

The affected included Raymond Archer who was once a journalist.

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