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Ghana is indeed a messed up country with most of its leaders fueling the mess whilst citizens look on unconcerned ─even if they are concerned, greedy bastard politicians as ‘Papa J’ rightly puts it will always have their way.

And the fuckery continues! Now, the self-acclaimed ‘listening President’, Nana Akufo-Addo has begun the demolition of  Judges bungalows and State properties to pave way for the construction of the National Cathedral ─a Cathedral to honour God. 

The majority of Ghanaians have kicked against the building of the National Cathedral but it seems the NPP government spearheaded by the self-acclaimed ‘listening President’ Nana Akufo-Addo do not give a hoot about the numerous concerns raised by the very people who brought them into power.

The demolition of the Judges bungalow has begun as photos of the demolishing process are fast circulating on social media.

The affected Judges will be given $168,000 (GHC 800,000) for temporary accommodation ─and the question some discerning Ghanaians have asked is, why can’t the government get another land somewhere in the capital city for this National Cathedral in order to cut the cost of demolition and temporary accommodation for the evicted Judges?

The demolition has started and it’s going to affect (10) six-bedroom bungalows which were built four years ago by the Ghana Judicial Service to house Courts of Appeal Judges.

Ghanacelebrities.com has obtained photos of the demolition of the bungalows and other State properties which cost millions of dollars.


Source: ghanacelebrities.com

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