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Stonebwoy offers epic reaction to Sir John’s Will saga, fans react

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Recall that in our previous publication, we announced that a leaked document presently going viral on the internet shows how the late Forestry Commission CEO, Sir John whose real name is Kwadwo Owusu Afriyie shared part of the Achimota Forest with his family members like biscuits.

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What’s more, the documents shed vivid light on how elements within the ruling New Patriotic Party (NPP) have intended to share the vast piece of land to further the controversial Achimota Forest sale which has rocked the government.

Investigative journalist Manasseh Azure Awuni of the Fourth Estate shared photos of the Will that contain all the aforementioned information.

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As the issue continues to pervade the internet and get everyone talking, A-list artist Stonebwoy has waded into the matter by sharing a meme of the president of Ghana, Nana Akufo Addo laughing out loud to express a cryptic message.

See what he posted

See reactions below;

@Taadiboy: Next time you’re singing ‘yen Ara asaase ni’, remember that you are a tenant.

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@Akakpo: Sir John mpo nie, imagine Ken Ofori Atta and Gabby Otchere Darko! We doomed!

@blaq: I can’t imagine Kennedy Agyapong’s WILL Ama Ghana, now future we poor

@dare_riq: If you want to talk to him, talk to him directly don’t go to the corners

@sixhundredboy: Have you all seen what leaders of this country are doing….See person wey die ein will herr


What do you think?

Written by Micheal Owusu


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