With each passing day, the corruption, hypocrisy and incompetence bedevilling the current government seem to worsen.
Many of these defects are epitomized by Gabby Otchere-Darko, who like the entire NPP sings the praises of the free SHS program daily, but cannot even bother to get his kids enrolled in it.
Many Ghanaians asked why his kids are not in the free SHS program that the NPP has promoted as the solution to all our educational ills.
In reaction to that news this morning, Founding Editor of GhanaCelebrities.Com Chris-Vincent Agyapong has described the NPP government as reminiscent of the government of the pigs from animal farm.
After overthrowing the humans from power, the pigs became just as selfish and corrupt as the humans, eventually amending their revolutionary slogan of ‘all animals are equal’ to ‘all animals are equal but some are more equal than others’.
That’s the country we’re living in now.
Gabby also apparently lied about his kids being intelligent after it turned out one of them was last in her class.
Read Chris’ thoughts on Gabby and free SHS below…
Let’s deal with Gabby Otchere Darko’s lies and hypocrisy.
First, I am told his daughter carried last in class at GIS and therefore she is not intelligent as he claimed on Twitter. Politicians and lies. Check the brochure.
How can the person who is at the bottom of the Bronze award be the intelligent one and be praised on Twitter?
Celebration of mediocrity!
While on this, can someone name 5 graduates of GIS and where they are in life for me, please?
Secondly, go through the screenshots of what happens in civilised countries. Orwell’s some are more animals than others is what Gabby and his co-politicians perpetuate in Ghana.
How can the CEO of clean drinking water not be drinking from the same water but would argue it’s the best and others should proudly drink it?
No one will pay for anything if the free one is good. And if the free one is not good, the poor should be given it because they are poor and a politician shouldn’t be boasting about it either.