President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo seems to have stepped on the toes of some Ghanaians on social media as they are criticizing him for 'ignoring' the flood victims in the country and rather paying attention to France.
The President sent a message of condolence sympathizing with France following a horrific fire outbreak at iconic Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris. (Click to read)
The President in a tweet wrote:
The Ghanaian people and I are shocked by the news of the destruction of the great Parisian Cathedral, Notre Dame, one of the most iconic buildings of world civilization and extend our heartfelt condolences to President @EmmanuelMacron and to the French people on their great loss.
However, some people are not enthused since they feel the President should have sympathised with the families of the seven people who lost their lives following Sunday's downpour.
Read some of the comments below