According to Afia Pokua, who is a Ghanaian media personality and the host of Okay Fm’s “Egyaso gyaso” show and United Tv’s “Critical Issues” show, Ghanaians must change the people, they vote for when the change or development they are expecting is not coming.
She said on her “Egyaso gyaso” show that Ghanaians are fond of voting for only two political parties, who accuse each other when they come into power but they don't prosecute the wrongdoings.
She reacted to the fact that the Saglemi housing project has been abandoned by the current government because they came out to say that the project was full of corruption because 200 dollars was released to build 5000 units but 1500 units have been built with refunding of the balance.
She went on to say that all this government could do is that they only talk about it on the radios when they are given the opportunity but are not prosecuting those involved in the project. So Ghanaian must vote against any person who is not bringing change into the country.
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