A journalist and a former Manager at Airtel Ghana, Raymond Ablorh, has remarked that he wish the President would tell us whether it's true or not that in this economic crisis one of his daughters has been given about 25 Million USD to paint under road bridges?
In a post shared on his official Facebook page on Sunday, 30th October 2022, he wrote that Ghanaians must know whether it's true or not.
"CSOs like IMANI, Occupy Ghana, AFAG, MPs and all of us who devoted a lot of strength against the bus branding scandal which cost less than this under Mahama must be very concerned IF this is true.Since the issue came up, everyone has kept quiet as if they never heard it." Raymond added.
He quizzed that Isn't this worse than the bus branding saga that got Dzifa Ativor out of office?
"If nobody want to know if it's true or not, I want to know, Mr President. You told us that you didn't come to enrich yourself and your family and friends. But, Sir, if this is true then you've done the worst." Raymond Ablorh added.
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