- Lydia Forson mocks Ghanaian members of parliament
- Ghanaian MPs have come under heavy criticism for planning to build a new chamber
Popular actress Lydia Forson has mocked all members of parliament for their recent decision to construct a new parliament building.
Lydia Forson has joined some other Ghanaians to chastise Ghanaian MPs over the decision to build a new ultra-modern edifice as parliament.
According to the actress, she is greeting all Ghanaians with a good morning message expect the MPs who want to build a new chamber with our money.
In a video that was sighted by YEN.com.gh on the Instagram page of the actress, she trolled the MPs for their agreement to work in a new edifice which was rumored to cost the country a whooping 200 million dollars.
"Good morning to you all except our corrupt politicians who don't care about us and don't want to drop that chamber but keep misusing our money," she sang.
Lydia Forson who is known to be an ardent supporter of patriotic agendas thus speak against the corrupt system often has once again joined in to criticize the MPs.
Ghanaian members of parliament across both the majority and minority divide have come under heavy criticism for announcing that they want to build a new chamber.
The MPs had claimed that the existing chamber which have been used for many years now is no more spacious to contain all 275 members.
They noted that the chairs in the chamber are not enough as they struggle to find space when all members appear in parliament.
The move however did not go down well with some Ghanaians as they threaten to go on a mass demonstration on July 13, 2019.
According to the aggrieved citizens, the money can be used to help the Senior High Schools so they stop the shift system that is currently being practiced.
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