Akufo-Addo’s lawyer replies Dumelo’s critique of ‘error-ridden’ anti-24-hour economy poster

November 26, 2023
Akufo-Addo’s lawyer replies Dumelo's critique of ‘error-ridden’ anti-24-hour economy poster

The banter between political figures on social media continues as Akufo-Addo’s lawyer, Kow Essuman, responds to John Dumelo’s critique of a poster criticizing former President John Dramani Mahama’s 24-hour economy proposal. Dumelo had pointed out a misspelling in the poster, stating that “economy” was incorrectly written as “eccononmy” and suggesting a correction.

In a witty comeback, Essuman acknowledges Dumelo’s correction but playfully counters that even the edited tweet contains typos and grammatical errors. Adding a touch of humor, he claims that the errors in the original artwork were intentional and have achieved the intended outcome.

Essuman’s response adds an element of cleverness to the exchange, suggesting that the intentional errors in the poster were a strategic move to garner attention and spark discussions around Mahama’s policy proposal. This tactic highlights the role of social media in political discourse, where attention-grabbing strategies, even in the form of intentional errors, can fuel engagement and generate publicity.

The playful back-and-forth on X showcases the evolving landscape of political communication, with public figures leveraging social media platforms not only for serious policy discussions but also for more lighthearted interactions. The intentional inclusion of errors in the poster becomes a clever strategy to elicit reactions, draw attention, and keep the conversation dynamic and engaging.

As political figures continue to navigate the digital space, such exchanges contribute to the broader narrative of how social media platforms shape public discourse, providing a space for both serious policy discussions and playful interactions that capture the attention of a diverse audience.

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Bro, even your edited tweet has typos/grammatical errors. Lol.
Anyway, the errors in the artwork are intentional and have achieved the intended outcome. https://t.co/InsOjqSmuM

— Kow Essuman (@kaessuman) November 26, 2023

Pls delete and let them do the artwork again. We will wait. It’s not “ecconomy”. And the it’s supposed to be “m”. It looks like triple nnn. Thanks https://t.co/TPq90tI5GE

— Farmer John (@johndumelo) November 25, 2023

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