The Green Ghana Project was gladly accepted by Ghanaians far and near. The potential benefits of this project led to a mutual agreement and consent of the minority in Parliament. Minister for land and Natural resources, Samuel Abu Jinapor disclosed that over 12 million was used to purchase the seedlings for the Green Ghana project. It was obvious that the project required funding but never did it occur to Ghanaians that the expenditure on seedlings would exceed 12 million.
Today, social media activist, A Plus, shared this news post on his official facebook page and this received massive reactions from Ghanaians.
"If Ghana indeed planted 5 million trees, then are they telling us that every seedlings cost averagely 2 cedis, 40 pesewas", Ofori Agyekum reacted under the post. Another Netizen explained that he had anticipated this since he knew that politicians devise such ingenious initiatives and schemes whenever they want to loot the economy.
My perspective: The NPP government led by Nana Addo are currently crossing the boundaries. Ghanaians are gradually loosing hope in this government as fresh troubles emerges each day. They have crossed the threshold.
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