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Probe Politicians Who Couldn’t Afford Taxi Fare In Opposition But Now Own 32 Airport Apartments – A-Plus Reacts

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Political activist, Kwame A-Plus has called for investigations into politicians who own expensive properties within years of gaining power yet couldn’t afford a basic thing as taxi fare in opposition.

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He was reacting to a call by Francis Dodovi, a member of the NDC that young persons who flaunt wealth should be investigated.

A-Plus also believes investigation should be made into why the youth are poor and how to give them jobs other than going after young men trying to make a living.

He wrote on Facebook: “Okay we hear. What about investigating politicians who could not afford taxi fare in opposition but own 32 apartments and house at places like airport hills in just 4 years? What about investigating why the youth are poor and how to give them jobs? What about investigating why Nabco employees have not been paid for months? What about investigating how excavators vamoosed into thin air? Which crime must be investigated? A young person driving a big car or a highways engineer who takes money and approved payment for a substandard road which washed away when kids pee on it? Young men should be investigated because of ritual murders? What about old men who drive big cars? What about young women and old women? At your age, since you were born, have you seen any shrine which has age limit written at the entrance?”

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Source: GhanaFeed.com

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