Kennedy Agyapong speaks on the issues that are arising in Ghana of how ambulance in Ghana was used to load blocks of cement.
“Fixing the country, we need to fix ourselves because when we put a scenario in a business company when government employed a person to work for him and paid him for national development, the money that the government will provide to the person to make sure that things worked together, the manager will not use the money appropriately and how could you blame the government for this”- Kennedy Agyapong fumes.
“And the corruption that is spreading moves from manager to the worker, after the manager has shared her percentage in the money that the government provided, the workers will also try to get the share of that same money and you expect the government to fix this one too”- Kennedy Agyapong indicates.
After he said this scenario, he looked it to the ambulance cement saga, Kennedy Agyapong indicates that the ambulance that was used to drag blocks of cement, if they found any victim, the law must work on the person.
He said that “The National Ambulance Service should dismiss the staff who is in charge of monitoring ambulance that was sent to the mechanic for repairs and also punished lawfully on the person who used the ambulance for cement business to the extend of using it to drag blocks of cement instead of an unhealthy person.”
On the fix yourself issues, Kennedy Agyapong also boldly said that “We have high intimacy on corruption among ourselves and we need to fix it but not the government and that makes me disagree on the FixIt campaign.”