One of Ghana's best music producers of 'highly spiritual' record label Kaywa has shared his sentiment on the economy. He opined that in Ghana when people get to the top all they focus on is their families and how to make them rich leaving behind the ordinary Ghanaian. This was in reaction to 'fix the country' online campaign to government.
Some concerned citizens of Ghana launched an online campaign to see what they describe as the harsh economic conditions addressed by the government.
They indicated that the youth have really worked hard to fix things and its now the turn of the government to fix things in the country. That's all what they demand. They outlined their needs which should be addressed;
Fix the DUMSOR
Fix the potholes on our high ways.
Fix the taxation rise
Fix the commodity price rise.
Kaywa indicated that, what he has realized as a citizen is that our focus is on a few people and the masses are left to suffer. The head should make some important decisions. When someone sits as a leader, all he cares about is for his pocket to be full. His households should be rich but the masses left to poverty.
If you need a good name, serve the people with good roads and developmental projects, that will in turn fetch you the money.
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