The minister of finance Ken Ofori Atta has told the protesters of the fix the country compaign, it will cost the government ten billion dollars to fix all the roads in the country. Over the past few weeks Ghanaians have called for fix the country campaign with celebrities such as Afia Odo and Sarkodie adding their voices. It seems Ghanaians have had enough and wants to see massive developmental projects. Most often than not, the politicians promise Ghanaians massive development during elections but after they are voted into power they fail to live to expectations.
However the Minister of Finance, Ken Ofori Atta has stated that it will cost the government a whooping ten billion dollars to fix all the roads in the country. He said during a press briefing. Ghanaians believe with huge deposit of natural resources in the country we can fix the economy and do other projects. Most of the roads are currently not in good shape and has constantly caused accident. A lot of people have lost their lives through accident.
Most Ghanaians were calling for a massive demonstration, but it is believed heavy military were deployed to stop them from embarking on such activity. The president of the Republic of Ghana promised to fix the country but seems he has not lived up to expectations.
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