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NPP’s promise to pay rent for youth is cheap propaganda – Blakk Rasta

Blakk Rasta
Blakk Rasta

Blakk Rasta says the government’s promise to cater for rent of the youth is cheap propaganda.

The governing New Patriotic Party (NPP) has promised to pay the rent advance of Ghanaian youth in its second term.

The move, according to a member of the NPP communication team, Nana Akomea would in the short term cushion the Ghanaian youth from the problem of high rent and long rent advance.

Blakk Rasta described the promise of the NPP as ‘recycled trash’ thrown back at Ghanaians while speaking on Zylofon FM.

“Cheap propaganda to win votes, listen to what these people are saying, after promising us 1-district, 1-factory the same Nana Akomea who is my good brethren is saying that with the 1-district, 1-factory they will create more jobs. You are just recycling your trash and throwing it unto the people,” the popular radio show host said.

“I speak as a Ghanaian and continental African, I have no respect to party colours because all these people are liars, they don’t speak the truth and it’s painful.”

“You’re saying that during your second term you are going to be able to pay rent for the youth, from what age to what age? Are you going to tell the landlord don’t charge long rent advance, don’t charge high is that what you’re going to tell the landlord. What’s the population of the youth, for how long are you going to tackle this?” Blakk Rasta questioned.

The media personality asked about the state of government’s affordable housing project that has seemingly been neglected.

“You have affordable housing rotten up, now they have become home for reptiles, lizards and wild animals. You are not dealing with this but you are going to deal with landlords who have their own homes and pay them”

“Until we develop our youth as critical thinkers, dirty politics will continue to invade our country,” Blakk Rasta said.

Written by Eugene Nyavor

Eugene Nyavor is the Founding Editor at Gh Links.

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