Morning show host of Onua Tv and Onua FM, Blessed Captain Smart this morning, took a slightly different bath to his usual style of show host. He took it upon himself to list a number of projects that have been abandoned in the bush, which he dubbed "Loans in the bush".
By buried in the bush, he meant loans that were advanced to the various governments to undertake massive projects and roads, but unfortunately, they either ended up uncompleted or completed but no yet in use.
This menace has been endemic among successive government that have taken charge of this country and not just this current one.
Examples of projects which were tagged as loans buried in the bush included the Saglemi housing project, the 38 military hospital and other schools, factories, facilities, roads and hospitals which have been abandoned and not in use, despite huge sums of monies received as loans for their construction.
Should these projects be ready for use, it would bring massive improvement in the lives of people who are targeted to benefit from them.
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