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‘Stealing’ govt appointees must visit a mortuary and they’ll mend their ways – NDC Sec

The Sunyani East NDC Constituency Secretary, Francis Attah Kusi has urged President Akufo Addo and his appointees to visit the various mortuaries in the country and in so doing they’ll be reminded that they’ll go nowhere with the wealth they are amassing.

According to him, several government employees have become wealthy overnight after coming into power siphoning state funds at the expense of the ordinary taxpayer who continues to wallow in hardship.

Speaking on Storm FM as monitored by, Francis Attah Kusi stated bemoaned the fact that while government officials are ripping the country off, the government has refused to improve the quality of health facilities across the country.

“President Akufo Addo and his vice, Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia and other government appointees should visit the various hospitals and mortuaries and they’ll see how some Ghanaians are suffering to death. It is so bad that ordinary Ghanaians will pay their taxes to the state for the government to improve on health infrastructure and others but will end up in the pockets of NPP government officials and when the ordinary Ghanaian goes to the hospital will not be administered common medicine. We don’t have common hospital beds in our health facilities.

“If you look at the level of corruption in Ghana, Akufo Addo appointees who were nobodies in opposition but have become rich suddenly buying expensive cars and buying mansions abroad. Why should only some few people spend the monies we’ve all contributed for the development of Ghana. The government appointees should visit the mortuaries and they will know that even if they loot and amass all the wealth in this country they will not take those properties away with them when they eventually die. I’m sure if they undertake such visit they’ll mend their bad ways,” Francis Attah Kusi added.


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