Hon. Ken Ofori Attah the Minister for Finance serving in his second term at the Ministry and cousin to the President of the Republic of Ghana H. E. Nana Addo Dankwa Akuffo-Addo has yesterday presented to the finance committee of Ghana’s parliament a loan agreement in which each sitting M.P will be provided with money for the allocation of a brand new car.
As M. P’s, it is their duty to represent their constituents in parliament. Bringing to light the needs and wants of the people who voted them to power. Like the increasing rate of unemployment among the youth, the rise of teenage pregnancies, and the poor drainage systems in some communities, as witness by the recent downpour of rains.
So are the people of Ghana meant to believe that these competent M.Ps do not have a vehicle to aid in the provision of their services. Or is there no other channel in which this 28 Million dollar could be invested, for the betterness, growth, and development of our motherland?
All in all, we the citizens must wait as the finance committee deliberates and provide its report to the house.
Till then I will like to know your opinion on what you think money can be used for the development of Ghana, in the comment section.
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