There’s no hardship in this country – Diana Asamoah on how Ghanaians celebrated Christmas

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There’s no hardship in this country – Diana Asamoah on how Ghanaians celebrated Christmas

Gospel singer Diana Asamoah has questioned assertions that the nation is facing severe economic difficulties. She asserts that these allegations ar

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Gospel singer Diana Asamoah has questioned assertions that the nation is facing severe economic difficulties.

She asserts that these allegations are untrue based on the manner in which Ghanaians celebrated Christmas and New Year.

She made this statement during the UTV Day With the Stars event, which brought a number of celebrities to the UTV studios to take part in the creation and presentation of shows.

Diana Asamoah said President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo should be appreciated for his leadership, citing that if the economy were as hard as many say it is, the festivities would not have been well observed.

“Looking at the way people celebrated Christmas in 2023, I have never seen such anywhere. I don’t see the reason why Ghanaians are complaining that the economy is hard.

“Those saying the country is hard are lying. We should be grateful to Nana Addo because if the economy is indeed hard, Ghanaians wouldn’t be celebrating like this,” she said.

She also expressed her support for the Vice President and flagbearer of the New Patriotic Party, Dr Mahamudu Bawumia.

She said that he is poised to win the presidential seat in the 2024 general elections.

Diana Asamoah has always proudly professed her support for the NPP.

She has been known to defend various policies brought up by the party and has, on multiple occasions, said that she wouldn’t blame President Nana Akufo-Addo for the current economic hardships in the country.

The NPP, with its flagbearer, Dr Mahamudu Bawumia, hope to “break the 8” at the upcoming 2024 general elections.

The party looks forward to being the first political party to retain the seat for three consecutive terms.

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