Don't deceive Ghanaians: Tell them it's money for investment not a car loan - MP's told in the face.

Militofavour

Ghana our motherland is bless with a lot of great men and women who are making all their efforts to uplift the name of Ghana on high. It is very criticial as a lot of celebrities are making massive efforts in all walks of love ranging from Politics, music, sports, business and many other avenue which is selling Ghana positively to the world.

One of the key personalities among the ones Mentioned are Journalists. They are making all their efforts to update Ghanaians on various issues happing in Ghana and other part of the world. Notable among these great journalist is Ghana is Manasseh Azure Awuni.

Manasseh Azure Awuni has finally speak out about the issue of Cars loans that MPs in Ghana are claiming from which was confirmed by the Finance Minister of Ghana Honourable Ken Ofori Atta.

According to Manasseh Azure Awun, it look as if Ghanaians are being deceived About the whole issue of Car loans and the truth must be boldly stated or made known to Ghanaians in a broad-day light. Manasseh Azure Awuni made it clear that, the whole thing is not about car loans rather it is money investment and if it is about car loans, The members of Parliament will not aggree but since it is a money of investment, they all agree.

"It's money for investment, not car loan.Many MP's won't accept it if the cars are bought for them and they're asked to repay".- Manasseh Azure Awuni stated on his official Facebook page.

This is a real indication that the truth is missing somewhere and Ghanaians must be told the truth. GHANAIANS must not be deceived and everything must be transparent for better accountability.

A lot of Ghanaians have kick against this idea of new cars for Members of Parliament. Others are of the view that the ordinary Ghanaian is going to suffer at the long term by paying huge taxes to fill in the gab.

Do you agree with what Manasseh Azure Awuni said about the car loans?.

What do you have to say?.

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