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Accept The Fact: "Things Are Not Running As Was Promised"- Government Told

The hardship in the country is pushing a lot of Ghanaians to register their displeasure against the government of Ghana after election. People are calling on the government to care about the hardship in the country as prices of goods and services has been increased.

Sports journalist working for Zylofon media, Isaac Asempah has told the government of Ghana led by President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo that they should accept the fact that, things are not running as was promised to Ghanaians and Ghanaians should also accept everything, and everybody should come on board to deal with the situation.

According to him calling on government today, 3rd May 2021, said on last Friday, instead of him to talk about sporting related issues, he and his crew turned the sports show into a socio-political program.

Isaac Asempah stated that he and his panels felt that since they the platform to talk about issues happening in the country, if they are unable to put leadership of the government on toes for them to deliver to Ghanaians the promises they made, future generations will come and blame them for not speaking up when they have the voice.

He informed the government that things are not running as expected from them and they should accept the fact, criticisms and try to remedy the situation for the people.

He point out the reasons why he made those statement in his social media post below.

"So last Friday, Kele and myself inadvertently turned our sports show into a socio-political one. 

We felt that since we have the platform now, if we’re unable to put leadership on their toes for them to deliver to us what they promised, our children and other generations will come and blame us for not speaking up when we had the voice.

Things are not running as was promised. Let’s accept the fact and try to remedy the situation. 

Water is being rationed. Light is being rationed. Several of the youth are unemployed. Fuel prices are going up. Transport fares are going up by Wednesday!

Let’s put our political lenses away and face the issues confronting us head-on. 

There’s no NPP Ghana, there’s no NDC Ghana. 

Country broke, country no broke, we all dey inside!!!"

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Ghana Ghanaians Isaac Asempah Zylofon


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