Corrupt leaders are the cause of accidents not witches -Kwaku Manu

Kwaku Manu

Popular Kumawood actor Kwaku Manu has lashed out at corrupt politicians for being the cause of the recent carnage on our roads.

According to the comic actor, there is so much corruption going on at the Ghana Ports and Harbour Authority leading to high duty charges.

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Kwaku Manu stated that there are illegal high charges on spare parts goods so it becomes so expensive for commercial drivers to buy new car parts.

According to Kwaku Manu, these drivers cannot afford the parts so all they do is maintenance instead of buying a new one which results in the numerous accidents on our roads.

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He also stated that witches are not to be blamed for these accidents but the corrupts leaders at the Ghana Ports.

“Very soon witches in Ghana will demonstrate against some Ghanaian politicians. We all complain bitterly about the rampant accidents that occur during every festive season but my investigations prove that accidents aren’t caused by those witches.

I can emphatically state that those accidents are caused by illegal cost on spare parts because a commercial driver will always do maintenance instead of buying a new part for the car resulting in carnage on our roads”, he stated.

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Kwaku Manu further pleaded with the President of the Republic of Ghana, Nana Akufo Addo to arrest any corrupt official especially at the Ghana port to serve as a deterrent to others.

“I plead with you, President Nana Addo to arrest any person who has a preconceived mind of making themselves rich than focusing on the job you’ve offered to do. Ex-President Kuffour did same so please adhere to this to make your Government the best”, Kwaku Manu advised.

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Lizbeth has a B.A in Communication Studies (Journalism option) from the Ghana Institute of Journalism. She loves to read, travel and has a strong passion for writing.