The Director of Danquah Institute, Richard Ahiagba has revealed that he is not sure where Ghana's salvation will come from if we continue to ignore the human factor which has caused the mess in Accra.
Richard Ahiagba made this disclosure on 'GOOD MORNING GHANA' on Metro TV when he was reacting to the call by some people to relocate Ghana's capital from Accra.
According to him the problem we are having is our inability to apply the laws. The laxity and the convenience of some people who are supposed to be the implementers of the law and the citizens who are to abide by it have all failed together.
"So, I'm not sure where our salvation will come from if we ignore the human factor causing the mess in Accra.
So, we all must become citizens, and being a citizen, we should be passive but active.
We must try and do everything possible to make sure that this country is growing according to the laid down plan." He - said
He added that if we are planning of building a future city in the long term, then we must have immediate plans to take care of the city we have now.
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