Democracy, as we all know, is the system of government practiced in Ghana. A system that allows even the less privileged to voice their views pertaining to issues concerning the Economic, Social and Political well-beings.
Deli Momodu, A Nigerian Business Mogul, in an interview with Bridget Otoo, on program called (One On One), a show that aims to dig, find, criticise and fix political errors leading to the backwardness of Ghanaians, has disclosed that, per his assertion, there is a culture of silence under the reigning New Patriotic Party.
He said, Citizens due to the fear of the unknown, cannot express or voice their anger, because they will be vehemently opposed by the rulling party.
"There is a culture of silence. I can tell you it was easier to say certain things under Mahama. Now, people are more vehemently opposed when they speak. Even when Mahama lost, he offered to help the incoming government He's not a bitter man."
Deli Momodu, a man tagged as a publicist for former President John Dramani Mahama in 2016, has been writing about Presidents in Ghana and their achievements since late Jerry John Rawlings time for free with no regrets.
Deli momodu said,The reason he love Mahama is that, even when he lost the election, he offered to assist the new government. Something you don't find in Africa, and Africa is all about bitterness.
While others, like (Deli Momodu) alleged that, the current government is using monetary means to shut the mouth of big wings in the country, the only solution is to make Ghana First.
Putting our Nation first as a government, minister or any office holder, handling issues with fairness is what will project this country to the international markets. Nobody can do it alone, it has to be a collective effort. Let's put pride, greed and laziness away and work towards a common goal.
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