'AMA boss talks too much' - Mornah
!You [AMA Boss] run your mouth too much and so now he has to resign because you said there is no flood and there is flood. Why are you still at post?” Mornah asked.
He argued that the AMA boss is fond of “running his mouth” instead of focusing his energy on ensuring the country’s capital city is rid of filth and free from floods.
“There is too much talk than action,” he said. “Just before last Thursday’s rain, it rained and the AMA Chief Executive came, shouting that they have been able to contain the floods in Accra and that floods are a thing of the past and three days later, there was flood.”
Contributing to a panel discussion on Last Thursday’s floods, Mr. Mornah charged persons in authority to be measured in their utterances saying, “our leaders must measure what they say. You [AMA Boss] run your mouth too much and so now he has to resign because you said there is no flood and there is flood. Why are you still at post?”
According to him, the necessary steps which must be taken to manage the flooding situation are yet to be fully implemented therefore it was unwise for the AMA boss “to jump from the heavens and say we have contained the floods when the floods are consuming everybody.”
He said there is no way Ghana should be experiencing perennial floods because “there are countries living below sea level and there are floods. We are living above sea level and there are floods. Why?”
“You are the AMA boss. Fine! But the problems we have, we are not doing anything about it. We are lamenting and we will keep lamenting,” he added.
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