Vociferous Actress Lydia Forson has written yet another open letter To Whom It May Concern about the poor drainage system, gross indiscipline attitude of the citizenry and the general causes of the unending floods in the capital city.
Read Lydia Forson’s Facebook post (unedited):
“Yep I knew it!!!!
Government is the reason why we’re so stupid!!!!
Blame it all on the government!!!!!
Take no responsibility at all for the role you play in fucking up this country.
Nope none at all.
Government is the reason why it rains.
Government is the reason why we are filthy.
Government is the reason why we choke our gutters with waste.
Government is the reason why we build in water logged areas.
Government is the reason why we … we… we..
Well, simply put government has a lot of explaining to do.
Damn and I thought I was stupid just because….
I was just stupid…
Ah now I know who to attack..
I have an idea…
Since we’re blaming government for everything why not just blame it for our stupidity too.
Surely we’re allowed aren’t we?
FYI it’s called *sarcasm…. Google”.
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