The Finance Minister, Ken Ofori Atta, has always insisted that the Nana Addo led administration and his Ministry have rolled out several beneficial and life cushioning policies that can boost the economy. The funny thing is that, aside the Free Senior High School policy and some policies which has had an unintended less impacts, Ghanaians have little or no knowledge about any of these policies. Haruna Iddrisu once told the Finance Minister and the NPP MPs in their face that Ghanaians do no have or do not know what some of the policies rolled out by this government, entails.
Today, a top member of the National Democratic Congress communication team, Gabriella Tetteh, proved this claim by testing it on the Host of TV3’s New Day show. Gabriella Tetteh asked Berla Mundi if she knows of br Obaatanpa Care policy. Berla boldly said she knew it. But when further asked by Gabriella to detail Ghanaians and the viewers what that entails, Berla Mundi was silent. Apparently, she who has been hosting political discussions between top communicators and leading members of particularly the New Patriotic Party and the National Democratic Congress, was ignorant about that policy. She was forced to go for a short commercial break.
This hypothesis further proves that the government is releasing more and more funds which has less impact on the entire population. This is because, the Finance Minister has always been allocating huge budgetary funds for that policy thinking that all Ghanaians are benefitting from it. However, less than 50 percent of Ghanaians know about this policy. And the few who know will be bigwigs of the party and they themselves go for funds and enjoy that policy alone.
Thus, it could be that the people who are at the front of administration of the country are doing their best by rolling out policies. But these policies are not been effectively implemented by the next step or level of administration.
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