The Minister of Finance, Ken Ofori Atta has presented to parliament a $28 million loan to help purchase new cars for all members of Parliament.
The loan which will be sourced from the National Investment Bank, NIB will will be able to secure at least 275 new vehicles.
This means each member of parliament is entitled to over $100,000 of the said loan agreement and the Finance committee of parliament is expected to consider the agreement and report to parliament.
This surely will not go down well with any concerned citizen considering the interesting calls that were placed on Government to get certain things sorted.
As we speak now, there are uncountable schools studying under a trees and have no option that to close fir the day should it threaten to rain.
Most of our basic schools who at least have dome sort of building and not studying under trees also lack furnitures not to even talk about the bad state of our health facilities.
So with all this problems to solve, it will be understandable if Ghanaians welcome this decision with harsh words and insults directed to the leaders just as it has been in the country for months now.