Chief Executive Officer for Public Sector Reforms, Thomas Kusi Boafo, is worried that, serial callers of political parties, have turned into beggars.
According to him, it has become a worrying trend and a stress on politicians who have to dole out cash to them.
"As a serial caller, you should make yourself useful, but these people have now become beggars. What they do is they move from one office to the other, begging for money from appointees in government.
He continued "I took time to go to some offices and what I realized is that, you will go to one office the same people will be in a long queue, you will move to the other office and you'll meet the same people".
He recalled how some serial callers played him, saying "Some serial callers once came to my office that their friend had collapsed and I gave them money to take him to the hospital.
I later found the one they claimed had collapsed drinking Guinness when I followed my security guard to the Accra Sports stadium to watch football".