Rt. Rev. Stephen Bosomtwe Ayensu, the Methodist Bishop of Obuasi Diocese described President John Mahama politics as “naked politics” or in simple words “cheap politics” after the president gift a car each to the National House of Chiefs.
He added, I think is a total waste of government money that is being spent by the politicians on such cheap things just to get some votes.
President John Mahama fulfill his promise to the chiefs on Wednesday by presenting a 13 four-wheel drive pick-up vehicle, one for the National House of Chiefs, one to each regional house of chiefs, and two for the Chieftaincy Secretariat in Accra.
According to the sources, this step is to support and make easy for the workers to help run the daily activities easily, but on the other hand, this president step has generated a lot of controversy among the media and the public.
Rt. Rev. Bosomtwe Ayensu said on Adom FM’s Dwaso Nsem on Thursday, that these cars are nothing but corruptible gifts.
This is the preparation by the government to get support from the chiefs to win the 2016 general elections.
He said these kinds of activities are totally useless when the public is suffering with many problems; the main ones are poverty, electricity and water problem.
Rt. Rev. Bosomtwe Ayensu urgently requested to the chiefs, if they want to win back the confidence of the public, they should return the cars as soon as possible.
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