Deputy Minister for Tourism, Arts and Culture, Mark Okraku Mantey has urged Ghanaians to stop complaining about the hardship in the system based on the upward adjustments of fuel prices.
According to him, the government has been sensitive to the plight of Ghanaians and delivered projects and policies that are serving the collective good of the citizenry.
Speaking in an exclusive interview today, Mark Okraku Mantey said although the fuel prices have gone up, Ghanaians need to appreciate the effort made by the government for delivering Free SHS, Free Water and Electricity during the pandemic and ambulances.
“While it is true that fuel prices are rising, the government has also provided citizens with free SHS, ambulances, and free water and electricity during the pandemic.’ ‘I believe we should reduce the number of complaints,” he said.
Mark Okraku Mantey also said the Creative Arts Centre will be ready by December 2021 as plans are far advanced to make the place operational.