Pastor Collins Amo speaking on Wontumi Tv “Nsempa Fie Program” reveals the problem we are facing as a nation can’t be linked to only NPP or NDC. The problem is both parties because they fail what they are supposed to do.
They are ruling the country with lies and making sure they live a better life while the people who gave the power will suffer. He spoke about the amount of Ex-Gratia MP’s are taking after their four years in government while they will come out to tell Ghanaians to tighten their belt well because the economy is sinking.
Again, he spoke about the things Ghanaians import from different countries while some of them can be produced on a large scale by the country. Some of these things include tomatoes, rice, oil, Maize, and more.
According to Pastor Amo, both parties are corrupt. He shares his experience when he came to the country to start a business with foreign investors. It is time our leaders should look at the things we can produce in the country to generate money than going to Europe always to borrow money.
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