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Thursday, January 26, 2012


I am not a major player in politics but just a common Ghanaian who have the interest of Ghanaian s at heart. I can say for a fact that we are one of the poorest countries in the world even though we have major natural resources that can migrate us from developing to a developed country.

Unfortunately we don’t manage our resources well less the tax payers money. Currently “Woyome” is becoming one of the popular names in every house hold not for the good reasons but for the bad reasons.

It can be recalled that on the Dec 9, 2011 The Member of Parliament (MP) for Assin North, Kennedy Ohene Agyapong, has vowed to expose Mr Alfred Agbesi Woyome for dubbing the country with huge sum of money. I thought the man was just playing politics with his fellow politician but I have come to realize that Kennedy Agyapong has a point in his outburst because there is no fire without smoke.

The case about Mr. Agbesi Woyome is not clear to some of us in the public considering the huge sum of money which is allegedly being paid to one man in Ghana (gh58 million )
Suddenly, the Attorney General was fired because he was not able to substantiate his “criminal Gargantuan” comment that he made about a colleague minister who he refused to named even though the president asked him to name the person and substantiate it or lose his job,then Madam Betty Mould iddrisu also placed his resignition letter on the table, all in the name of “Woyome.” I will like to see the president demonstrating that he is the father for all by going in depth about the whole issue and bring the necessary fact out in order to punish those who are involve in this corruption behavior.

I am also disappointed in the Auditor general department for the inconsistence about the figures in his report . looking at sensitivity of his office which deals into into money, one should think that it is prudent for the accountant general to do his cross check before coming out with such a report. For now we are just watching and listening .

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