Ghanaians want good roads and hospitals, but they’re getting a cathedral – Lydia Forson

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Screen diva Lydia Forson has claimed in a recent tweet that while Ghanaians don’t demand as much from the government, they still don’t get what they deserve in all aspects of life.

He said, among other things, that the clueless NPP administration is giving us a cathedral and building expensive restaurants that the typical Ghanaian cannot afford instead of meeting our most basic needs.

“When you think about it, Ghanaians don’t ask for much, oh. Good roads, stable electricity, water, hospitals and just the basics for human survival.

Instead we have a cathedral, expensive restaurants, real estate and everything else the average Ghanaian can’t afford,” the actress and filmmaker wrote.

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Forson’s acting career began with a cameo appearance in Hotel St. James (2005), Run Baby Run (2006), Different Shades of Blue (2007) and a stint on the reality show The Next Movie Star in Nigeria (2007).

Shirley Frimpong-Manso, CEO of Sparrow Productions, who had previously worked with her on the Ghanaian television series Different Shades of Blue, brought Forson back to the screens through the film Scorned.

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This leading role led to her first African Film Academy Awards (AMAA) nomination for Best Upcoming Female Actress.


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