Honourable Sam 'Dzata' George the Member of Parliament for Ningo Prampram has made his views concerning the increase in fuel prices known. COPEC has announced a 10% increase in fuel prices. This meant that, the price of Petrol and Diesel moved up to GHS12.38/L and 15.15/L respectively. Citizens are not taking this lightly as the price of fuel keeps on increasing. Sam George is also sharing his frustration.
In an interview with TV3 New Day Show, Johnny Hughes asked him if he has bought fuel today and what he thinks about it. Shockingly the Member of Parliament made it known that he is looking for a Donkey to buy. This is to say that he prefers to use the Donkey as a means of transport than a car. Donkeys don't need fuel to move but a cars do. So he can save on fuel. "I am looking for a Donkey to buy. Even my Lord and personal savior made a big entrance on a Donkey" he said.
The interview gathered massive reactions from many social media users. If a Member of Parliament is complaining about the increase in fuel prices, what will the ordinary citizen say? One person commented " I cannot stop laughing. God cannot be mocked tell the President and his people leading us." Another too said, " as for me I need a snail." "Kangaroo can run faster" one person added.
Fuel prices are not the only thing increasing. Food and other commodities are also increasing. The ordinary Ghanaian is left with no hope. Now fuel prices to have increased. Now we need all the animals you can think of to move from one place to the other. What do you have to say about this?
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