“I Will Never Understand Why Government Abandons Old Projects To Start New Ones”-Lydia Forson Laments


Outspoken Ghanaian actress, Lydia Forson has lamented how authorities abandons outdated tasks commissioned by their predecessors to start out new ones.

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In Ghana, it has been a norm in politics that the ruling authorities abandons tasks commissioned by the outgone authorities to start their very own tasks.

This apply has accomplished extra hurt to the nation’s economic system because the outdated tasks which the outgone authorities spent enormous sums of cash to finish have been deserted within the bushes because the ruling authorities procure extra funds to start out new tasks.

It’s behind this that Lydia Forson is saying that it is extremely disheartening for outdated tasks to be deserted by the federal government of their quest to satisfy their very own guarantees.

In a tweet, she lamented that a few of these tasks are left uncompleted and after the get together leaves workplace, the incoming get together abandons the venture and waste cash on new ones.

She wrote;

I’ll by no means perceive why Ghanaian leaders come into energy and abandon outdated tasks to start out new ones; and once they don’t full them earlier than leaving energy, their predecessors will do the identical to their tasks. Why? This petty politics is costing all of us.

As many Ghanaians cry over points going through the nation, most of those issues have already been solved however attributable to causes finest recognized to authorities officers, the options are being deserted they usually flip to search for methods to resolve the issue in their very own means which largely prices the nation enormous sums of cash, mounting strain on the economic system and retards the nation’s development and growth.

See the tweet under:

Supply: Ghgossip.com

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