Political activist kwame Asare Obeing known as A-Plus has told Defence Minister, Hon Dominic Ntiwul that he and his team shall come and build school in his district for Nanumba South primary school and said "shame" on him for ignoring his people.
A-Plus in a long statement sent to Ghanaians stated that Defence Minister is taking much care of the president of the republic but he is not ready to build the country together in his district as school children are seen in a picture posted by him without having proper environment to study.
A-Plus jabbed the minister and said he should feel ashamed for ignoring his people and use unprintable words for him.
"This is Nanumba South Papaye D/A primary school. Nanumba South formed part of the Nanumba District until it was divided into North and South in 2004.
Dominic Nitiwul, the defence minister who sees nothing wrong with spending 15 thousand pounds an hour, that is 120 thousand Ghana cedis, 1.2 billion old Ghana cedis an hour on a private jet so that the president can get a warm bath in a jacuzzi is MP for Bimbila which is in the Nanumba North District.
He is only 43 years. "The youth must rise, the youth must rise" to where? Is Dominic Nitiwul sensible, patriotic and passionate about a better country than the Queens who is 95 years? It is not about age, it is about the passion to make the country better for us and prosperity!!!
Dominic Nitiwul, we shall come and build this school in your District! Shame on you" A-Plus said on his facebook wall today, Saturday, 19th June, 2021 to informed the Minister.
His statement has shocked Ghanaians who are disappointed in the minister and said; Ghana is lost, there is no coming back because we the youths have fail ourselves.
Nitiwul will defend this even though he is young, which is understandable but what about those of us sitting jobless at home also defending this passionately?
Someone who agree with A-Plus stated that: I love the answer you gave to Abdul Basit, Ghanains would have retained the NDC in power forever if they were performing. The NPP were voted in to correct those mistakes but it seems they look worse and the most annoying fact is the blame game they always talk about. Shame on our leaders. Ghana now needs a new and better change.
"This are some of the signs of a failed leadership. Ghana is lacking of good leadership to provide quality lifestyle to all Ghanaians across the nation at every conner and every centre" someone opined.
Ghanaians who reacted to A-Plus's message sought to explain that the expectations from the leadership of the country is not helping them and they will plead with them to increased their performance and give them jobs and easy environment for school children to study.
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