- Ghanaians in the diaspora are calling on government to be accountable
- They were reacting to a minister’s comment against their tendency to whining
Some Ghanaians in the Diaspora have slammed the deputy trades minister for blaming them of “complaining too much”.
The deputy trade minister, Ahomka Lindsay, addressing a cross section of the diaspora at the Homecoming Summit in Accra chastised members of the Diaspora for whining too much.
According to him, members of the Diaspora need to stop the “habit” of whining since government is not interested in dealing with persons who find pleasure in whining.
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But in a reaction to the minister’s argument, a member of the Ghanaian Diaspora, Dr William Darko who seem angry over the minister’s comments called on government to remain accountable and very responsible to the challenges of Ghanaians both home and abroad.
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