Top media personality, Johnny Hughes has asked the leaders and Government of Ghana to stop the talk, talk. He also believes that the culture and habit of borrowing to finance the economy should be stopped.
He said, " we borrow to pay salaries, we continue to borrow to finance almost everything in this country. The thirty-year bonds have contracted, who pays for them? I will still be around and pay it, my children will be paying too".
The forward-thinking journalist further stated that there has been a lot of promises by this government but very little has been delivered. He said, " when a police man was killed about three years ago, the Vice President Dr Mahmud Bawumia said there were going to be CCT cameras installed in every police station".
"He (Vice President) also promised Bullet-Proofs for the police but nothing has happened since. Dr Bawumia, we just cannot talk and talk, we need to action".
Johnny Hughes felt that this Government should deliver on the promise it made to Ghanaians about the one hundred and eleven hospitals.(Agenda 111)
"They said the project was going to be completed within one year but we are in April 2021 but the hospitals are no where".
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