Actress Lydia Forson has written retrospectively on the State of Ghana politics and national development this year.
Captioned ‘The Politics Of Promises, Deceit And A Starving Country’ on her blog, the outspoken actress captured pertinent issues in Ghana that have sparked conversations across the country in 2019.
Notable among these issues are Dumsor, economy, the Cedi, the Parliamentary Chamber, PDS scandal,Free SHS and Double Track educational system.
According to her, the rant may or may not be worth but “I guess it’s just who I am.”
She captured a screenshot from her blog:
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Dear all, I hope this piece finds you well. I haven’t written in a while, because as my friend Malaka Grant says ” you’ve been through this type of fire before,seen the trash publishing these articles digs up and you ask yourself qualifying questions to calculate if the risk and annoyance is worth it”. And as I mature it always isn’t worth it, but every now and then I’m moved to because I guess it’s just who I am. A rant. It’s the year 2019, dumsor is doing disco, the economy is whack, the Cedi is eating kenkey on crutches, we’re building chambers pots, PDS is looking Pretty Damn Suspect and Free SHS has parents double-tracking their children all over the place.( clink link in bio to continue reading)