The managing editor for insight news paper, Kwesi Pratt Jnr has questioned Government that how will creation of 10,000 millionaires help the poor farmer in the village when John Kumah of NPP stated that one of the ambition of the NPP Government is to create 10,000 millionaires in the country.
Kwesi Pratt Jnr made this question known on Pan African TV morning show today, Thursday, 10th June, 2021 when they are discussing about national issues and it popped up.
According to him, while other countries are bleaching the gap between the rich and the poor, Ghana Government is planning to create 10,000 millionaires and questioned that what will the farmers in the villages benefits from this?
He questioned again that if the government is creating 10, 000 millionaires, how will that help the taxi driver at the taxi rank, people who sells food in the small communities and what is the ambition intended to achieved and where is it coming from?
Kwesi Pratt Jnr was not happy with what is going and said if NPP government could have told Ghanaians about what they're telling them today before election 2020, what will happened and how many people will vote for NPP based on such "useless unimaginable promise"?
He questioned again that if the ambition of the Government is to create 10,000 millionaires, why is prices of goods doubled and petroleum price not stabilized?
" We are building a national economy when petroleum price is high, VAT rate has jump into the sky, transport fare has gone up and you want to create 10,000 millionaires?
How did that help the poor cocoa farmer in the village?
We are creating 10,000 millionaires when minimum wages is increased by 71 pesewas. What are they trying to do and what is their purpose for that?
Is this the Government for the people? Is this the Government that is thinking about underprivileged in the country?
We have completely missed the road" he said on the show and both NDC and NPP communicators are into agreement with him.
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