Ghanaians must change the people they vote for when the change or growth they expect does not come, according to Afia Pokua, a Ghanaian media personality and host of Okay Fm's "Egyaso gyaso" show and United Tv's "Critical Issues" show.
On her "Egyaso gyaso" display, she said that Ghanaians are fond of voting for only two major parties, which blame each other when they gain power but do not investigate misdoings.
She responded to the current government's abandonment of the Saglemi residential building, claiming that the project was rife with corruption because $200 million was set aside to construct 5000 houses, but only 1500 were completed with the remainder refunded.
She went on to say that what this government can do is chat about it on the radio when they get the chance, but those involved in the project are not being prosecuted. As a result, Ghanaians must vote against anyone who does not create change in the region.
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