To be among the top five percent in society feels good and its virtually everyone's dream. Undoubtedly, Parliamentarians are represen...

To be among the top five percent in society feels good and its virtually everyone's dream. Undoubtedly, Parliamentarians are representing in this class despite that they are to represent the masses whom a lot are in acute poverty, why this irony?

The parliamentarians never believe in, all men are born equal.
The very laws they are the makers are not meant for them but the vulnerable. Of course, everyday a parliamentarian abused a traffic rule.
The policies they implement are not meant for themselves and their families but for the poor woman at kejetia. Yes, one's child just graduated from GIS which is not under the popular FSHSP.

 The society feed you with love and breed, don't feedback evil and stones.
It hurts to be a Ghanaian, for there's no hope for an improvement. Or maybe I will be the game changer. But how do I learn the rules of the game in an non inclusive community.

The only thing they need from the peasants is their peanut monies, called taxes and votes, called democratic right. But what right does it repay?
Maybe pompous version of them, if am not wrong. The demigod we have created unintended.

Yet we either effect the positive change and die heroic for the unborn Ghanaians or be are living fools.
Yes, a *paradigm* shift in the political spectrum of ours is what I weep for.

Our worst should be calling for laws that give limit to the tenure of a member of parliament.
At least if not anything, by now a lot of the poor families might find one of their member at the pinnacle, which could have bring some equality and reduced poverty rate.

Anyway, the leaders are too cold hearted, that, they think a new parliament chamber is a pressing need to many drinking untreated (dirty) water, passing out because of potholes, swimming river to attend school because of no schools in their locality and no bridges, dying in the face of doctors because of lack of needed equipment and many disgusting issues which demands immediate remedy.

Our leaders have trade lives for luxuries. Hmmmm!
Honorable who don't honor the people because of dishonesty.
The Ghanaian  society is full of paradox.

Written by; Mr. Jasper.



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