Member of Parliament (MP) for Assin Central, Kennedy Ohene Agyapong, has endorsed the National Interest campaign embarked on by Ignite Media Group-owned Original 91.9FM.
The no-nonsense politician heaped praises on the North-Ridge media organisation for such a laudable initiative noting that the campaign was a worthy cause that needed to be undertaken to awake Ghanaians from their slumber.
Mr. Agyapong indicated that he’s elated Original FM has taken upon itself to embark on such campaign owing with their platform the needed results would be accomplished though not immediately but gradually.
He further passionately lambasted individuals whose activities are hindering the progress of Ghana making the country lurk behind.
“I will thank you and Adwenekasa [Original 91.9FM], for holding on to such a campaign. An individual cannot embark on such a campaign and achieve the needed results owing the problem is big and it has been years from our ancestors time when they were brainwashed that if you are going to church on Sunday and meet a white man on the way, you have met God, so, return home.”
“Such ill attitude has persisted when a Ghanaian [black man] and a white man are working he feels inferior to address issues though he might have knowledge on the subject. We need to change,” he said.
The legislator made such comments when he made an appearance on Original 91.9FM’s Adwenekasa socio-political morning programme on Thursday, April 1, 2021.
Kennedy Agyapong rallied support for the campaign and called on well-meaning Ghanaians to come on board to draw awareness and make Ghana great.
The Assin Central lawmaker observed that having the country at heart is a step in the right direction and further urged the station to carry on with the National Interest campaign.
The National Interest campaign wages war against all forms of indiscipline in the country.
It sorts to create awareness on the menace indiscipline poses on Ghana’s development and also educate Ghanaians on the need to develop positive work ethics.
Since its inception some two weeks ago, the campaign has tackled unpunctuality at various workplaces especially government institutions.
Also, it has thrown light on the challenges facing the public health facilities and public servants’ attitude towards work.
By: Bernard Ralph Adams | Originalfmonline.com | Ghana