The ‘Fix The Country’ trend is still soaring with many Ghanaians jumping on the bandwagon to demand for accountability and improvement from the country’s leaders. The trend has topped Twitter Ghana for the past 48 hours and many feel this is a clarion call on President Akufo-Addo to act.
Today, Tuesday, May 4, 2021 on Metro TV’s ‘Good Morning Ghana’, Richard Ahiagbah, Executive Director at the Danquah Institute clashed with Edudzi Tamakloe, member of the NDC Communications Team. According to Edudzi Tamakloe, the leaders of the country were not serious about saving the country. He bemoaned the living conditions of the country.
He was of the view that efforts made by government demonstrates their priorities. He cited examples that whereas the NDC invested in hospitals, the NPP have invested in a cathedral. He maintained that misplaced priorities are what have cause the country and resulting in agitations from Ghanaians. He added that even in calamities, churches were closed so why should a cathedral be built.
This did not go down too well with Richard Ahiagbah who did not see the correlation between the cathedral and hospitals.
“This argument you are making I don’t understand. You are comparing 2 different things” Richard Ahiagbah said. “Senior, save me” he told Randy Abby the host. He added that the host should explain the comparison being made by Mr. Tamakloe since he couldn’t comprehend the comparisons being illustrated.
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