Ghanaians give interesting views why they have been kicking against every agenda of government

Ghanaians give interesting views why they have been kicking against every agenda of government

Ghanaian politicians are noted for giving mouthwatering promises and agendas prior to every election.

These promises and agendas sometimes win the heart of the electorates.

But as soon as these politicians get the power they are looking for they don’t fulfill the promises they made.

Ghanaians give interesting views why they have been kicking against every agenda of government

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These politicians will rather be introducing new agendas contrary to what they promised.

Due to that Ghanaians have been so vigilant to the extent that they have been kicking against every agenda of government.

Recently, the government led by Akufo-Addo has brought these agendas, Medical drones, National Cathedral, Double track system etc.

Ghanaians give interesting views why they have been kicking against every agenda of government

Ghanaians give interesting views why they have been kicking against every agenda of government
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But some Ghanaiians have kicked against the aforementioned agendas.

However, YEN.com.gh asked a simple question why Ghanaians have been kicking against every agenda of government.

And some social medial users took to YEN.com.gh Facebook page to give interesting views about the said question which was asked.

Arnold Kumah said the government must finish with the old ones before thinking of new ones

Psalmuel Ocran is not happy with the way politicians are running the country

A Daniels Kwabena also said some agendas are useless

Julius Okwudili also gave simple reason

Edufia Agbenyefia said some are not thought through

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Meanwhile, Archbishop Nicholas Duncan-Williams, Chairman of the Fundraising Committee of the 13-member National Cathedral Board of Trustees has confirmed that a table at the dinner will cost $10,000 while a chair will cost $1,000.

According to the man of God, the fundraising dinner for the proposed national cathedral has been scheduled for 28 December 2018.

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