Ghanaian sensational journalist who is one of the top-notch presenters in the country has dropped another tough message following the crisis going on in the country.
Afiah Pokuah popularly known as Vim Lady in Ghana took it to her Facebook page and stated “ Using 25 million dollars on Ghana black stars is so serious as we see this picture trending. According to her residents in Tema are now facing water challenges since the pipe stop flowing over the past weeks and the government is given 25 million to blacks star teams while the most important things are not attended to.
An interview with some of the residents revealed they don’t have any place to fetch water from and the only place they can get water is the drains.
This is very pathetic and sometimes hard to believe if we have leaders in this country. After years of independence and we still go through a water crisis. I believe it is time something must be done and the youth should speak if not things will be worst more than this.
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