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"I smell politics in this issue" - Netizen

Politics has taken premium and control over almost everything we do in this country.

Though there is supposed to be that symbiotic and mutual relationship among the various institutions in our social structure, a dysfunction is created whenever one institution decides to feed into the usefulness and developmental agena of others.

Since the inception of the Fourth Republic, we have gradually tolerated "bad politics" into our system, and now we cannot just do anything without it.

Each time we are confronted with very dicey and complicated issues in our country, we tend to take delight in viewing it using a political lens rather than wisdom and Biblical principles.

Even in the religious arena, politics is the controller and general overseer.

We love it; we have fallen so much in love with this blood sucking game in such a way that even the language we speak has now become political.

In fact, it has become our way of life, and standard of operations in many professional fields in the country.

The rising cases of crime are so worrying that even very tight security zones seem not to be free from this social canker.

Teachers who always strive to effectively utilize their knowledge, wisdom,skills, energy, time, love, care and efforts to serve the country, both in season and out of season are being attacked by criminals in the country.

Recently, a headmaster was shot in the Central Region of Ghana by some unknown criminals.

Meanwhile, efforts have been made by the security personnel to get hold of two of them (a suspect and a colleague teacher), according to a news story shared by the calm and gentle Ghanaian Media Personality, Roland Walker, on his Facebook page today, May 24, 2021.

Find the story below:

However, one Netizen who reacted to the story disclosed firmly that he smells politics in that issue.

Find below the said comment made by the Netizen:

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