It is unfortunate that the MPs of Ghana does not seem to represent their constituencies but the party interest.
The happenings in the UK that has forced the Prime Minister to step down is a lesson that is worth learning by our parliamentarians if the country to strive forward.
More often than not, we see our MPs defending their parties at the interests of what is good for the people. Such cruel and unacceptable attitude is what is sinking the country.
Ghanaian economy would not have gotten to this level if truly the Parliamentarians Ministers will stand up for truth and call a spade a spade when things are going wrong.
Unfortunately, the plight of the ordinary Ghanaian is not the vision of a leadership as all they care about is what they will get. One thing is assured that things will definitely change one day and the earlier they learner the better.
The ordinary will not be deceived all day long. The masses will be rise one day demand for themselves. A Lesson for the wise they say is enough.
How interesting it is for over 60 MPs to resign just to the Prime Minister to step down because things aren’t going well.
On our side here, they will be all over radio and Tv stations defending be rot.
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