Bright Nudokpo-Honu writes: Where lies our sense of reasoning?

Bright Nudokpo-Honu writes: Where lies our sense of reasoning?

Do we need a Ph.D. certificate to activate our sense of reasoning? It is a fact that common sense is not common after all in the NPP. I a

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Bright Nudokpo -Honu,
Deputy National Youth Organizer Hopeful-NDC

Do we need a Ph.D. certificate to activate our sense of reasoning? It is a fact that common sense is not common after all in the NPP.

I am tempted to believe the President and his Vice were not in the country when Ghanaians started singing the slogan of no bed syndrome. Even if they were, they might probably be in slumber.
In the wake of the no bed syndrome, all that the government could [ads1]think of is to buy expensive drones.
Drones to deliver drugs when the hospitals urgently need beds.
Drones to deliver blood when a lot of the hospitals and CHIPS compounds are yet to be operationalized.
It is clear the government is bereft with cogent ideas as to how to solve the pressing health problems in the country. Mr. President–buying of drones, as good as it may sound–is needless and very wasteful at this moment.
Use monies meant for drones to make UGMC, Ofankor, BoG hospital,  among other hospitals operational. Use monies meant for drones to furnish 37 Military Hospital, Korlebu Teaching Hospital,  Regional Hospitals like Ridge, etc. with urgently needed supplies. I am not sure hospitals are in short supply of drugs for which drones are needed to deliver them to the hospitals.
Governance is a serious business, therefore, Mr. President, please get serious.
Bright Nudokpo -Honu
Deputy National Youth Organizer Hopeful- NDC
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