Witches not cause of accidents – Kwaku Manu
Kumasi based movie actor Kwaku Manu has expressed his sentiment over random increment on the importation of spare parts goods.
The actor who is currently holidaying in Berlin, German shared a video of himself on his Facebook page appealing to H.E. Nana Akufo-Addo over alleged corruption claims at the Ghana Port and Habour Authority resulting in high duty charge on goods.
According to him, authorities who illegally charge high duty on spare parts are responsible for the rampant carnage on our roads and not witches as is held by a section of the public.
He, therefore, advised politicians to appoint only hardworking and patriotic workers to save the country from the high rate of corruption practices.
“Very soon witches in Ghana will demonstrate against some Ghanaian politicians. We all complain bitterly about the rampant accidents that occur during every festive season but my investigations prove that accidents aren’t caused by those witches. I can emphatically state that those accidents are caused by illegal cost on spare parts because a commercial driver will always do maintenance instead of buying a new part for the car resulting in carnages on our roads.
“I plead with you (President Nana Addo) to arrest any person who has a preconceived mind of making themselves rich than focusing on the job you’ve offered to do… Ex-President Kuffour did same so please adhere to this to make your Government the best.”
This post first appeared on Kasapafmonline.com
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