Many Ghanaians have their mindset ready to vote out the New Patriotic Party due to the economical woes the country is experiencing and the corresponding effect it has on them. As a result, government is trying its all possible best to win back the trust Ghanaians had in them but all their measures tends not to suit the fancies of Ghanaians.
Ghana is close to commencing an engagement with the IMF for support to rescue the nation and this step taken by government has created lots of reactions among citizens.
Manasseh Azure, one of Ghana’s biggest investigative journalists shared on his official twitter page a post which has caught the reactions of many for which I bring to you. In his post, he asked, “ So why spend millions on a cathedral when the nation is sinking? Is it that they don't just care?”. This question of his has attracted the reactions of many concerned citizens as many were in support of him and as usual, members of the ruling party were against him.
There have been a serious problem with the ruling government as the pursuance of unpopular policies among Ghanaians is what they prioritize the most for which it should not be so. The government is here to serve the people hence all its initiatives should be in their interest.
Find below some of the reactions I gathered from the above post:
What is your opinion about government not abandoning the National Cathedral amidst the economical crisis we are experiencing? Let it be heard in the comments section below. Don’t be left out.
SOURCE: Manasseh Azure/twitter.com
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