The Bono Regional Youth Organizer for the National Democratic Congress, Efo Worlanyo Tsekpo has sent another strong message to Agric Minister, Dr Owusu Afriyie Akoto as he has stated that he went to the northern side of the country and monitor how some people are smuggling fertilizers meant for agriculture in the country on donkey to Burkina Faso which amazed him.
Many Ghanaians have condemned the acts of people who are doing that and stated that they are wicked people who don't want the development of the country and urged Agric Minister to take actions immediately.
Some people also blame the minister for not questioning who the donkey belongs to and stop them on the road and take off the fertilizers from the donkeys back as many are crying for fertilizer to work on their farms recently.
Efo Worlanyo Tsekpo who is much concerned about the issue has pen down some to message to the minister that he had heard his concerns but he will advise him that, if the donkeys can do what human beings can do, then he should get more donkeys to transport the PFJ fertilizer to Burkina Faso as people who are supposed to do the work are corrupt.
He made some comments in addition to his message sent to Agric Minister below.
"So Our Minister of Agric said he saw donkeys loaded with PFJ fertilizers heading towards Burkina and he allowed them to enter Burkina because they were Burkinabees.
Ok:I understand he couldn't ask because he said the donkeys were alone making the distributions!
Me:We need more of those well trained donkeys that could travel from Ghana to Burkina to deliver fertilizers to customers.
While snakes are swallowing dollars in Nigeria, Donkeys have become fertilizer agents in Ghana, our Health Ministers have also stop thinking properly, our first ladies receiving salaries and our President is cutting air to inaugurate National Mosque."
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