Government spends $28 million and $3.5 million on MPs cars and some millions to buy ‘passco’ for students; dissapointed Captain Smart fires government

The outspoken broadcast journalist, Captain Smart has recently sparked massive stir, debates and arguments across all social media platforms after boldly revealing the huge sums of money the incumbent government spends on Ministers, Council of state members and Past questions in Ghana.

The incumbent government is undoubtedly well known to have been spending huge sums of money on ministers and council of state members in Ghana even though the country have been facing lots of economic challenges over the past couple of years.

Speaking on the most anticipated show on Onua Fm and TV, Captain Smart took the privilege to boldly reveal all the money the incumbent government is unexpectedly spending on Ministers and past questions even though there are no textbooks for schools across the country.

According to Captain Smart, the incumbent President have currently borrowed over $28 and $3.5 million to purchase cars for Ministers and Council of state members whereas Ghanaians keep suffering under the incumbent government.

“The government have borrowed over $28 million and $3.5 million dollars to purchase cars for Ministers and council of state members meanwhile the same government claimed that, it didn’t have enough money to buy textbooks for students in this country”, Captain Smart emphatically revealed.

Surprisingly, Captain Smart added that, most Ghanaian schools were expected to use a new syllabus which was later cancelled because the incumbent government alongside the Education Ministry said that, there wasn’t enough money to buy new textbooks but the government was able to spend millions of dollars on printing past questions which was unexpected.

“After changing the syllabus, the government claimed it didn’t have money to buy textbooks for schools but was able to spend millions of dollars to buy past questions for students. How do you expect the students to learn with old textbooks and new syllabus?”, Captain Smart questioned government.


In conclusion, Captain Smart took the privilege to send another strong message to the incumbent government as he highlighted that, “It is about time we begin to understand that, we can’t look into the future with past questions, you can only look into the future with present questions.

If we were not able to fix Ghana yesterday, there’s no need to worry about fixing Ghana in the next 20, 30 or 40 years ago. It is about time we look at fixing this country now into the future”.

What do you think about the huge sums of money spent on Ministers and council of state member’s cars as claimed by Captain Smart?

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