It appears the system right here in Africa is quite a bit completely different from that of the developed world and what’s being thought of a precedence for a black man is not the identical as that of a white man. The adage says that “a promise made is a promise kept” and the president pledged to construct a cathedral for his God should be honored.
Nevertheless, should it’s achieved with the individuals’s cash? This has been the final word query most Ghanaians are asking and has generated plenty of controversies within the nation. On information file, a political speak present the place problems with nationwide concern are mentioned, the host Samson Anyenini had two panelists this morning and that included the colourful legislator Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa.
For the reason that Nationwide Cathedral, is a scorching concern, it was a subject of debate and the member of parliament spoke prolonged about the entire venture. He started by stating that there isn’t any cash and we pay 97 pesewas to three cedis per baby for college feeding. How many people will ship our kids to highschool?
Equally, jail inmates within the nation are consumed 1 cedi 80 pesewas for a complete day and that is absurdity based on the human rights report. The state of Ghana’s financial system is in a nasty state, we’re all the time operating to borrow or beg for cash overseas the place no president would ever use taxpayers cash to meet a private pledge. These monies we borrow are far lower than those we’re throwing away.
Sadly, neither is there cash to print textbooks for fundamental pupils for 3 straight years however there are thousands and thousands of cedis to pay as “additional seed money” for a Nationwide Cathedral and $22m for Adjaye.
Surprisingly, what’s most irritating is the involvement of venerable males of God who’ve been tricked into this venture, to occupy the board of trustees’ place. The deceit and deception on this cathedral matter are an excessive amount of.
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