Ghanaian educationalist, lawyer and the executive director of the Ghana Center for Democratic Development (CDD-Ghana), Henry Kwasi Prempeh has cautioned the government over the use of the word “coconut heads” for youths who are struggling to make it in such a hard economy.
Social media went rife when K.T Hammond said it was not possible for the governance of this country to be handed over to the youths. He said the youths will not be able to do it in the first place and they won’t even understand.
“You’ve kept your beards unkempt in town, but there’s nothing in your head”, K. T. Hammond said.
In reaction to the above statements, Henry Kwasi Prempeh warned that when the youths get feed up and they complain, the leaders should listen instead of condemning them. He said it was the same youths that forcibly took power in Burkina Faso.
“Coconut heads forcibly take power in Burkina Faso” he wrote, sharing about the coup incidence in the Burkina Faso recently.
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