Renowned Ghanaian actress, Lydia Forson has written a ‘letter’ to the president of Ghana, Nana Addo Dankwah Akufo-Addo.
Her letter comes after the president made it known that there is no way he will be taking money from the national coffers to solve the flood issues in Ghana, especially in Accra. According to the president, most of these floods can be prevented if structures that have been built on natural waterways are demolished.
The president also called Ghanaians out for their attitude and in his view, we are where we are today because of our attitude.
Well, Lydia partly agreed with the president, however, she stated that if there should be a change in attitude, then it should start from the top.
In her view, the president cannot chastise or punish people at the bottom for doing the very things those at the top get away with.
The post she made reads;
“Dear @NAkufoAddo , this attitude you speak of starts from the TOP 🔝
If we want the people’s attitude to change, we need to see it from the top and it will trickle down.
You cannot chastise/punish people at the bottom for doing the very things those at the top get away with.”