The Editor in Chief of the Forth Estate, Manasseh Azure has noted that it is not the duty of the president to fix what is not right in the country. According to him, every Ghanaian irrespective of his or her status has a role to play in fixing the country. He made this known when had the opportunity to speak during a forum organized by Media General on "whose duty it is to fix the country?" today.
"We all have a role to play but the government led by the president will have to show leadership". He noted.
Talking about fixing the country, the chief executive officer of John Agyekum Kuffour Foundation has noted that the problems Ghanaians are facing currently is not created by Akufo-Addo and his government. He noted that the attitude of Ghanaians is what has accounted to these problems. Agyeman Duah noted that every Government and leadership have pass through this and they were not able to fix it.
What's your take on this, what role do you think we the people have to play in order to fix the country? Drop your thoughts in the comment box below and follow up for more.
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