Apart from the MP, some Ghanaians also expressed that the initiative isn’t necessary. Thus, even if it is, the first thing they need is to fix their attitudes first.
Similarly, that’s what Frank Annoh-Dompreh, the incumbent MP for Nsawam Adoagyiri tried to re-echo but in a weird manner. That is, that is atypical of an MP, the public judges.
According to him, it’s a ‘gyimie’ which means foolish to call out Fix The Country. He expressed that the citizens don’t pay their taxes, they politicise every good policy, they receive bribes, enjoy illegal connections and many others. Therefore they need to fix themselves.
His argument was rubbished by the public that the citizens aren’t paid to fix themselves. In other words, the politicians are paid by the citizens to carry out their duties. It is in this light that Captain Planet seems amazed at the MP for such an opinion.
Unfortunately, a few minutes after sharing the post, Frank Annor Dompreh took it down. Apparently, he wasn’t proud of what he has shared. But, sadly, it was too late.
Story by: S.A.Kingsley.
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