A few hours after Kumasi Metropolitan Assembly chief executive Kojo Bonsu resigned after immense pressure from the Asanteman Traditional Council, social media is going crazy with bunch of tweets and Facebook posts.
Following the banishing of the KMA Boss by the Kumasi Traditional Council, the city has been in uproar by most market women and residents throwing support for the King, reports say.
Here is what Ghanaians on social media are saying about Kojo Bonsu’s resignation.
@joyonlineghana the resignation of Kojo Bonsu is very unfortunate. Asanteman by this, have set a precedence that is likely to be followed
— Dzigbordi Quarshie (@Dziequarshie) July 13, 2016
— counselor obeng (@Obeng333) July 13, 2016
With all da gud wrk Kojo bonsu has don n is doing, som political hands hav manipulated to get him to leave. Oh Gh #CitiCBS
— lackie (@lackiesmalz) July 13, 2016
@joy997fm Demonized? This guy is probably looking for trouble himself. Kojo Bonsu engineered & executed his own downfall #Joysms
— Kwadwo Adu-Amankwa (@AmankwaK) July 13, 2016
@Joy997FM @THEKojoYankson #JoySMS Kojo Bonsu gets my vote for best mayor in Ghana in as long as I can remember. Kumasi has lost a gem
— Dominic Kumedzro (@dkumedzro) July 13, 2016
I would say Kojo Bonsu is one bravest Ghanaian. Traditional rulers retrogressing development. https://t.co/c4NeHh73Mg
— Joey Donald Crentsil (@DonnieCrentsil) July 13, 2016
@Joy997FM it clear political way to get the one million vote in the Ashanti Region ,clearly Kojo Bonsu disrespect chiefs #joysms
— Daniel Danwazy (@danwazy_daniel) July 13, 2016
Kojo Bonsu’s resignation could be strategic as far as the 2016 election bid of the NDC is concern.#JoySMS
— Nate Ekue Mensah (@citizenmensah) July 13, 2016
Let’s hope the resignation of Kojo Bonsu begins the end of arrogant politics in Ghana. Service to the nation is a privilege not a right!
— GH-Business-Reviews (@GhanaTopten) July 13, 2016
The resignation of the Accra mayor Alfred Oko will bring joy to the market women in Accra just like the joy in Kumasi for Kojo bonsu
— Emmanuel Kobby (@Qwobie_Shy) July 13, 2016
Kojo Bonsu must do proper accountability before he leaves office…
— Tw3minator❌ (@Kobby_National) July 13, 2016