Award-winning actress Lydia Forson from Ghana is speaking out against Ghana's poor government once more. The actress reaffirmed a decades-old statement by Dr. Kwame Nkrumah that the black man is capable of running his own affairs in a tweet today.
She claimed that black people, presumably Ghanaians, are intellectual, creative, and endowed with an abundance of intrinsic talent that can be used to advance society. However, the actress claimed that due to the authorities' selfishness, Ghana is not undergoing the necessary growth.
Without fear having leaders who think about what they will benefit from the country and not the other way round makes it very difficult for a nation to develop.
He claimed that the supporting powers who profit from our damaged society allow the leaders to carry out their avaricious schemes. One of the few actresses in the business, Lydia Forson, speaks out against the nation's pervasive poverty.
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