It appears controversial social media activist, Kwame A-Plus is frustrated with Ghanaians consistent blame on the government and President Akufo Addo over every single misfortune that hits the country. According to him, it is merely a displacement of their frustrations given that some of the problems are caused by the people themselves and not the President or government.
Kwame A-Plus was reacting to the latest deadly vehicular accident on the Kumasi-Accra highway that has taken thirteen (13) lives and left some eleven (11) others badly injured. In his argument on the subject, Kwame A-Plus intimated that drivers are to be blamed for the deaths and injuries recorded on our roads, adding that most of these accidents could have been avoided if the drivers were disciplined whiles driver.
He continued that calls for a fix to matters of development must be accompanied by an attitudinal change. He disclosed that some drivers are reckless and often speed excessively and overtake vehicles at hazard-prone areas thereby causing accidents that eventually end in ghastly accidents.
Kwame A-Plus argued that given that government has provided for road infrastructure with some degree of quality, with an assurance of expansion and improvement in the future, Ghanaians and drivers should “do with what we have now.” He seems to provide a direct response to critics who are demanding that the government expands highways into dual carriage roads to avert these accidents.
“Don't speed on a bad road. Don't overtake when you can't tell what is ahead of you. "Fix the country," tell Ghanaian drivers to Fix their attitude.”
Kwame A-Plus emphasized that these deadly accidents cannot be blamed on the President by anyone, not even #FixTheCountry campaigners. He charged Ghanaians to be reasonable with their criticism of the President especially when we [Ghanaians] have been irresponsible.
“Fix the country should not just be about insulting Akufo Addo!! Insult drivers who are killing mothers, fathers, and loved ones. Insult them!! 13 people just lost their lives. Was Akufo Addo standing in the middle of the road?”
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