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“More Money For Politicians, Small Money For The People”-Yvonne Nelson Cries Over The Sad Reality Of Ghanaian Politics

Celebrated Ghanaian actress, Yvonne Nelson has registered her frustration about the sad and deteriorating reality of politics in Ghana which seems to care less about the average citizens.

READ ALSO: “There Should Be Structures To Usher Ghanaian Musicians Into Professionalism”-Camidoh Urges

In a tweet, she revealed that politicians have always been the beneficiaries of all the goodies that come along with politics whereas the average citizens struggle for the limited and insufficient resources.

She lamented that it has always been the same old story whenever a particular party assumes office as the ruling government in the country with the average citizens struggling to make ends meet while the leaders carelessly squander the funds allocated to them for the development of the country.

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She wrote; MORE money for the politicians ( and their families and side pieces ) SMALL money for the People ( Ghanaians who stay in long queues / scorching sun to vote ) Same ol’ story

See the tweet below:

MORE money for the politicians ( and their families and side pieces ) SMALL money for the People ( Ghanaians who stay in long queues / scorching sun to vote ) Same ol’ story 🇬🇭

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— 𝓨𝓿𝓸𝓷𝓷𝓮 𝓝𝓮𝓵𝓼𝓸𝓷 (@yvonnenelsongh) May 1, 2022

In other news, popular talented Ghanaian singer, Raphael Kofi Attachie, affectionately known as Camidoh has bewailed about the fact that most Ghanaians are fond of over-criticizing things even when the item is good.

Speaking on the United Showbiz aired on United TV, Camidoh revealed that the over-sentimental nature of Ghanaians motivated the comments that he sounds like a Nigerian musician even though he is still doing great music.

He said that Ghanaians must learn to be open-minded and accept what they are being offered instead of always finding the fault in whatever they are being given even when they have no reason to bewail.

He stated that he has been asked on so many platforms that he sounds like a Nigerian artiste which he finds no offense in that, yet Nigerian musicians will use Ghanaian elements in their songs and the same people would dance to it.

Source: www.Ghgossip.com

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