Ghanaians Need To Wake Up And Hold Politicians Accountable For Deteriorating Roads — Paulina Oduro

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Following the constant accidents on our roads, most Ghanaian celebrities have been using their various social media handles to promote road safety, calling on Ghanaian citizens to wake up against the irresponsible behaviours being exhibited by politicians.

In addition, actress Paulina Oduro has called on Ghanaians to wake up against the bad state of our roads which has been the major cause of deaths in Ghana; even as our careless politicians pretend as if they see nothing wrong on them.

The “Let Me Be Me” hitmaker aired this during an interview on Zylofon 102.1 FM’s Showbiz Agenda with the host Sammy Flex.

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“Personally, I have lost some close friends on the motorway. Are we waiting for people to die before the motorway is fixed? We are waiting for a politician to be involved in an accident before the roads are fixed.” Oduro said.

“Maintenance is an issue and that is why our country is deteriorating. Ghanaians have to wake up”.

Source: GhanaCelebrities.Com


Nana Asempa

I am Nana Asempa, celebrity critic and a blogger on Ghana's leading entertainment site GhanaCelebrities.Com, from Takoradi. I am a reggae music lover and a true fan of 'Team Move' Oh Azaay!!. Contact me @ [email protected] and on Whatsapp +233208206626