According to him, the posture of the President and his responses to the challenges of the country has been poor, hence his assertion.
Speaking on the AM Show on Monday, Mr Braimah explained that the President’s recent address failed to capture the relevant facts which have plundered the country’s economy.
He said the government’s persistent love for propaganda instead of admitting the facts about the harsh realities of the economy, affirms his position about Akufo-Addo’s bad leadership.
“At this stage, it’s just fair to conclude that President Akufo-Addo has been the worst President we’ve had; at least in my lifetime”, he told host, Mapitso Sebidi.
The MFWA boss continued, “I was growing up in the time of the Rawlings military era. And then I experienced him under civilian rule; President Kufuor, President Mills, President Mahama, and now him.
“I’ve read about previous governments that we’ve had in the history of our country. And I think that President Akufo-Addo has proven to be the worst President that we’ve had. In at least post-independent Ghana”.
Expressing his reservations about the current regime, he also criticised the President’s inability to tackle issues such as corruption and nepotism under his watch.
Mr Braimah said these ills have rather festered under President Akufo-Addo, in addition to his state capture and lack of policy credibility.
These criticisms come in the midst of widespread public outcry about the state of the economy and the failure of the government to lessen the hardships of citizens.
These sentiments were expressed on Saturday when some angry protesters poured unto the streets of Accra to demonstrate against the ailing economy.
In their chants, the protesters urged the President to step down over his failure to honour his repeated promises of making the economy better.
In what was called the ‘Ku Me Preko Reloaded’ demonstration, protesters were clad in red and black outfits as they walked the streets in anger.
According to him, the protest is only a democratic exercise, devoid of any substance.
Speaking on NewsFile on Saturday, he stressed that, the concerns of the protests are not novel; stating that the present economic challenges are only a reflection of the upsets in the global economy.