The Ashanti Regional Minister, Mr. Simon Osei Mensah, has sent a special message of caution to the politicians in Ghana. According to him; Politicians must be very truthful at all times in their way of dealing with the citizens in the country.
Testifying before the three-member committee, set up to probe circumstances that led to the death of two persons and four injured at Ejura; Mr. Osei Mensah, stated that, “What we should do is that we the people at the top of affairs, should be very truthful to ourselves and say the truth regardless of the consequences”.
Mr. Simon Osei Mensah again said that…“There are lots of indiscipline in the system because if it’s not indiscipline, how on earth should youth, some of them 10 years and 12 years be chasing police water cannon vehicles”?
Responding to a question posed to him by the committee, on the level of indiscipline in Ghana, Mr. Osei Mensah, explained that; “the problem starts from the people at the top, and trickles down to the citizens, hence, the need for political actors to show the way”.
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