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Monday, January 11th, 2016

 

The Trouble with Ghana

The trouble with Ghana is that we have incredibly sluggish and self-entitled political class or leaders who figure their rise to political office qualifies them for colonizers’ wages and benefits. By living virtually at the state’s expense, the political class has made itself the modern day colonizers of Ghana; as the British were, in the Gold Coast. Leadership’s dependence on the state despite the scant resources of the country is unhealthy, unjust and uneconomic. It is evident that the Ghanaian political class subsists at the expense of struggling Ghanaians. DespiteRead More