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If Nana Addo Wins 2020 Elections, Then There’s No God- Bulldog Bemoans

Renowned, controversial artiste manager and entertainment pundit, Lawrence Nana Asiamah Hanson, popularly known as Bulldog has asserted that should President Nana Akufo-Addo Danquah win the December 7 polls then there’s no God.

“I’m telling you this today, If Akufo-Addo wins, it is one month from today if he wins the December elections then God nor dey,” he said.

According to him, the incumbent president has “killed many people” in connection to the closure of Menzgold Ghana Limited.

READ ALSO: HE SHOULD START PACKING FROM OFFICE- BULLDOG TO AKUFO-ADDO AS HE EXPRESSES ANGER IN THE GOVERNMENT’S FAILURE TO HELP CUSTOMERS OF MENZGOLD

Speaking bitterly about the Akufo-Addo led administration in an interview on Okay FM with Halifax, the astute music mogul revealed that he has his monies locked up at Menzgold and as we speak currently some customers of the gold dealership firm have lost their lives “and it was based on the money they lost.”

“If we can give Akufo-Addo credit for sending people to school for free. We should be able to put a blame on his doorstep based on their locked-up funds.”

Laying emphasis on his assertion of the president “killing many people” due to their locked up funds in Menzgold, Bulldog explained that some decisions of the incumbent Akufo-Addo led administration that led to the closure and collapse of some institutions and banks are the cause of people’s death.

He explained, “he has not shot anybody, he’s not a murderer, he doesn’t even look like it, but I’m saying his policies to shut down institutions and close down banks.”

His remarks, however, isn’t the first of its kind. He has in recent months barred teeth at the incumbent president mostly for government’s inability to aid customers of defunct Menzgold Ghana Limited in retrieving their locked up funds.

Watch the interview below.

Menzgold Ghana Limited is a Ghanaian gold dealership and investment firm that promised customers an average of 7-10 percent monthly returns on investments and have been able to pay customers dividend in full until its closure.

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Kwesi Appiah

Appiah Kwesi Anokye Dennis Jnr, professionally known as Kwesi Appiah is a Ghanaian celebrity blogger and writer.

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