The political landscape in this country sometimes makes it a routine for politicians to say things as they are not. They are prone to lying always to protect their interest and the interest of their paymasters. Politicians must learn to be truthful to the citizenry so that we can appreciate the sacrifices they are making for us. That is the only way to go and for us to make adjustments if necessary.
Nana Akomea, a former communications director of the NPP and now the managing director of the State Transport Company has said that he is ashamed of the current situation in the country. He said it was these same issues he communicated on and campaigned for his party to come to power. But those same issues are still lingering. He was speaking to Doctor Randy Abbey on Metro TV.
If all party people will be truthful like Nana Akomea, things would have been different now. If you don't make the citizens understand the situation, they will never support you.
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