For some time now, the water shortages situation across some parts of the country has become the talk of the town, as some Ghanaian citizens even fetch from dirty gutters whiles other beg big water companies for water.
This evening, Twene Jonas, who is a Ghanaian living in the states and known for criticizing the government, has reacted to the issue. He posted a video on his Instagram page, where he said that the footballers of the National team did not even vote for the government since most of them leave in abroad and it is the ordinary Ghanaian living in Ghana, who voted.And so the government must pay attention to the voices of the citizens and solve the water shortage issue once and for all and the leaders must not waste the 25 million dollars on the black Stars because they will not win and even if they win the reward will not exceed 25 million Dollars.What do you think of the claims of Twene Jonas? Share your opinions with us in the comments section below. And not forget to Share, like and follow GhanaNsem for more information.
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