OccupyGhana Now OccupySleep-Dr. Apaak Jabs

The Member of Parliament for Builsa South, Dr. Clement Apaak, has called on pressure group, OccupyGhana to break their silence on the alleged corruption, nepotism and other alleged ills under the ruling New Patriotic Party (NPP).



The legislator is of the view that just like the pressure group lambasted and criticised former President John Dramani Mahama, they should also be bold and criticise the ruling government which he noted has been embroiled in many scandals.






He is asking if the pressure group has been hypothesized.

“Or OccupyGhana is OccupyingSleep? Has OccupyGhana been hypnotised? So asleep they don’t know what is going on? Or they have changed from OccupyGhana to OccupyHypocrisy?”

He has therefore challenged the pressure group to come out with the same spirit like they did in the past and criticise the ruling administration.

“If you are not hypnotised or under hypnosis, lets please stand up, let Ghana hear you.”

He expressed the views in a post he shared on Facebook questioning why the pressure group like it did in the past by occupying the flag staff on issues such the energy crisis, alleged corruption under Mahama, nepotism and other cases they slammed government over.

Folks, should OccupyGhana not be OccupyingCorruption; OccupyingNepotism; OccupyingClearingAgency; OccupyingObeseGovernment; OccupyingNoTextbooks among many others?

Or OccupyGhana is OccupyingSleep? Has OccupyGhana been hypnotised? So asleep they don’t know what is going on? Or they have changed from OccupyGhana to OccupyHypocrisy?

Ace and Co, Ghanaians want to hear you on the above and many other issues of national importance. If you are not hypnotised or under hypnosis, lets please stand up, let Ghana hear you.

Folks, I may be wrong but that is my opinion. Have your say, I hope you are not hypnotised too.!

Dr. Clement Apaak
M.P, Builsa South

Source: Rashid Obodai Provencal||rainbowradioonline.com

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