EMPTY BARRELS MAKE THE MOST NOISE
2/6/2012 8:07:26 PM -
Our attention has been drawn to comments by Koku Anyidoho, who calls himself the Head of communications at office of the President, a presidency which has lost all sense of direction and is being remote controlled by unseen forces and unseen hands.
President Mills has shot up in integrity he says. We will agree with him but we wonder how because an honest man like President Mills who says he is a disciple of Kwame Nkrumah and was a student at the Kwame Nkrumah Ideological institute will gave 92 million Ghana cedis to one man to go and have a good time when National Youth Employment workers have not been paid ,when newly trained teachers, have not received allowances for 2 years and our road projects have become deserts ,with innocent Ghanaians inhaling dust. Will the late Dr Kwame Nkrumah who he worships day and night be happy with this?
We have a few questions to ask Mr Anyidoho whether Professor Mills is indeed an honest man and a man of integrity
1.Why would a man of integrity like President Mills refuse to pay Electricity bills of his own office and incur arrears to the tune of over 600,000 Ghana cedis as exposed by the journalist Anas Aremeyaw's investigations into the corrupt activities at Electricity corporation of Ghana?
2. Why would a man of integrity like President Mills receive token houses, in Koku's Anyodoho's own words from Regimanuel Estates, a private company at a time he already owns a house there using state funds?
3. Why would a man of integrity cost the nation 160,000 dollars worth of landing charges travelling back and forth to the USA claiming he was going to meet investors?
4. Would a man of integrity sack an Attorney General that wanted to do the right thing and expose ministerial colleagues in government who in his words were committing financial gargantuan crimes against Ghana?
5. Would a man of integrity use 48,000 dollars to buy a watch for President Obama's wife when there is no water at Tema General hospital and Ridge Hospital?
6.Would a man of integrity seek to massage figures of his country's population census and instruct the head of the statistical service to be sacked so some figures in some regions could be quietly increased and others decrease to win elections?
7.Would a man of integrity promise Ghanaians he would reduce petrol DRASTICALLY only to increase it 7 times in 3 years ASTRONOMICALLY?
Koku Anyodoho and others whose better stomach agenda would not let them tell Ghanaians the truth will face the wrath of Ghanaians at the ballot box in 2012. We know his body weight before he came into office and his body weight now. Keep up the fruitless talk Mr Anyidoho, Ghanaians will soon have their day.
Source-Npp UK communications team.
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