Yvonne Nelson, Lydia Forson and Mahama agree on Dumsor

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2015-05-11 08:43:52
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Yvonne Nelson, Lydia Forson and Mahama agree on Du

Kofi, the problems we have in our part of the world is that, the government must do everything for us. I hundred percent agree that it is the responsibility of the government to give us electricity. Yes, as you righty said, electricity is life.Industries are being affected and people are being laid off from work. The hospitals are without power. The consequences,we all know. But the question is, can't we, as an individual, make our own efforts to continue running our own small scale industries, just like many other countries are doing? Should we make this situation a political one? Should we insult the president just becasue we are in darkness? That is the problems some of us have had all along with this certain people. I am happy you mentioned that way back in 1971 a Ghanaian goal keeper was stabbed in Tema and died due to lack of electricity at the hodpital. It means that the problems have been with us all the years.Why would people make it a political issue now and be insulting and encouraging such silly things they called celebrities, to display their failed up bringing from their broken homes? Who are the celebrities.We are living here for years and know who are called celebrities. We know their positive contributions to their individual nations and the world as a whole, and not these dirty and disrespectful face bleaching caricatures. Can they insult their irresponsible parents because of lack of electricity in their homes? I wonder even if they know their bilogical fathers. What kind of culture is that? What is Ghana turning into and who are the ones behind all this nonsense? It is as if Ghana is the worse place in the world to live.Why can't we be a bit patriotic? The fact is, no government would come and fix this power problems within a month or two, or even a year.It will take a long time, and it will be a continuous process.How many megawatts of power did they add for all the 8 years in power? They were only interested in looting our resources and selling our assets and pocketing the money.They should give the president a break to work. If at the end of his mandate Ghanaians decide to vote against him, fair enough.Enough of this nonsense.

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TUSEY on May 11, 2015 08:43