The Voice Of A Hopeless But A Concerned Ghanaian – Emmanuel Mensah pens down emotional message

The Voice Of A Hopeless But A Concerned Ghanaian – Emmanuel Mensah pens down emotional message
The Voice Of A Hopeless But A Concerned Ghanaian - Emmanuel Mensah pens down emotional message
The Voice Of A Hopeless But A Concerned Ghanaian – Emmanuel Mensah pens down an emotional message
The closure of the tollbooths in the country has caused an outrageous concern in the country in recent weeks.
Some are in favour whilst others are against the decision taken by the government.
The question is who to be blamed or who brought the idea?
A concerned netizen pens down an emotional message as he passes through the tolls in the country.
“Anytime I set eyes on abandoned toll booths as we drive through Accra, my heart bleeds a full tank. It makes me feel that Ghana has been monopolized by some group of people called politicians. Ghana and its youth are in a very dangerous condition which is so sad and worrying.
In my opinion, I think the person who initiated the operation “No Road Tolls” must be arrested and prosecuted”, he said.
He also elaborated on some useful things that at least the tolls could have done since the closure of it.
These are the reasons for my submission.
1. Developed countries have road tolls which are very effective and they use the revenues to develop their countries. And Ghana goes for loans and grants from these countries. This means road tolls are important.
2. The government is telling us that road tolls revenue can’t be used for development projects (roads to be specific) hence the closure. Which makes it useless. Eg: just about 200 meters drive from the Tuba toll booth, if it rains the road looks very horrible that it’s very difficult to drive. (Opposite the prayer camps)
3. If truth is told the revenue we have lost from the time the toll booths were closed till now can build lots of developmental projects for the country. In this case, there is a huge financial loss to the state which makes no sense for the closure. (This is totally not reasonable)
According to him the initiator of such an idea has caused a lot of harm to the country rather than good.
“In conclusion, I want to say that the person who initiated the closure of toll booths has rather done Ghana more harm than good because we have really lost lots of money in this short period.
This means that the person doesn’t want the development of the country but thinks of his or her own personal development!!”. he said
Reports also indicate that now all the toll booths will be converted into public urinals.
“I’m so sad to see things like this”, he added.
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