Ghana, as a developing country mostly rely on loans from other countries to undertake or complete developmental projects. Almost every government that has been in power has ever borrowed money from foreign donors to cater for or complete their developmental projects in the country.
Ghanaians always complain about the rate at which the leaders of the country do rely on loans for the undertaking of projects.
A former minister under the National Democratic Congress Party for the Central Region of Ghana has alleged that his nine year old daughter does ask thought provoking questions about the rise in the debts of Ghana. Aquinas Tawiah Quansah is the name of the former minister.
Ghanaians reacted to the post and their comments show how furious they are at him.
Tayib Nachina has responded to the former minister asking him to tell his daughter his contribution to the development of the country. Although it is not clear where one can draw a correlation between the comment and what the Minister has said, we can conclude that Tayib might be furious as he made the comment.
Bernard responded blankly that he is untruthful, and Tesla has asked the former minister to blame the cause on himself. Christiana Simms has also agreed with the suggestion of Tesla, asking the former minister to let her daughter know that he is also a reason for which the debts of Ghana are on the increase.
Abu Abanton could not believe the words of the minister and labelled his words as propaganda.
Kwegir Sam in his response seeks to blame the former president of Ghana, John Dramani Mahama as the cause of the rise in Ghana's debt. He seeks to portray the notion that the former president, John Dramani Mahama has left debts unpaid and the current president has to borrow more money in order to pay them.
Others responded to the the former minister's claim, asking him not to see them as fools.
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