Oliver Barker-Vormawor, a Fixthecountry Conveynor has made an assertion that he is curious on how much Akufo-Addo, Bawumia, Napo, Gabby and others have made as public servants if the low level PPA Boss who is not a politician had over 15 million in his accounts.
In a post shared on his official Facebook page on Wednesday, 18th May, 2022 he wrote;
"The PPA boss. A Low Level Public Servant. Not politician. Had over 15 million cedis in his account. One bank account. He was allowed to steal over 15 million cedis. That doesn't include his assets oo. Houses, lands and cars.
I wonder how much Nana Addo, Bediatuo, Bawumia, Kojo Oppong, Napo et al, have made as public servants. I wonder what Gabby has made as "prime minister". "
Oliver Baker concluded that, Ghana is not a poor country!
"Yet people are in my inbox everyday, asking "please boss, I need just 5 cedis for food." He revealed.
"Herrr! We are just a wicked generation! & Ghanaians are the easiest to oppress!," Oliver ended his write up.
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