Today, the President and First Gentleman of Ghana, Nana Addo Dankwa Dankwa, commissioned a new factory built by the Premium Foods Limited. According to Nana Addo, this company is operating under the initiative policy; One District One Factory.
Over the years, it has generally been observed that Presidents in most countries find pleasure in wasting state resources all in the name of commissioning completed projects. Disbelief will be the expression of citizens when they realise the expenditure that goes into the commissioning of projects which always than not, ends up redundant. Usually, when these presidents, especially in Africa, commission these projects, they take credit for them although they did not invest or contribute to the development of such projects.
It is for this reason why a Ghanaian citizen, Benjamin Ankomah, disclosed his observation after President Nana Addo stated today's event on his page. Benjamin enquired why the commissioning of projects in Ghana is made so special. According to him, the total expenses made on commissioning projects can be used in the purchase of other stuff.
Providing a solution to this problem, he made this remarkable statement; Leave the scissors for the DCEs, Ministers and MPs.
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