Black Leaders Only Know How To Squander Money And Make Big Procurements- Franklin Cudjoe Lashes Out
By Kyle_news | self meida writer
Published 27 days ago - 0 views
The past weeks in Ghana have been quite eventful. The reading of the 2021 budget in parliament has sparked a lot of controversy amongst Ghanaians.
A lot of Ghanaians were left enraged and filled with anguish. This happened after they have realized that they were going to be taxed for all the amenities: electricity and water they enjoyed during the COVID-19 period.
Today, the CEO of IMANI AfricaFranklin Cudjoe has lashed out at the government of Ghana for the recent happenings. Her took to his Twitter handle to express how miffed he was by the government.
After he had made this claim, other Twitter users also commented on his post.
What do you think about the post that was made by Franklin Cudjoe? Is there an iota of Truth in what he is saying? Are the leaders really squandering the money? Is there any institution capable of making a vaccine in Ghana?
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