The political landscape in Ghana is very dynamic and confusing sometimes. The kind of things people do just to come to power is astonishing.
Recently, the president of the Republic appointed some people to be chief executives of the various assemblies. Before these people can start work, they must be confirmed by their respective assemblies. The chaos and the violence that charaterized the confirmation at some of the assemblies was very appaling.
Also some of the appointees were captured on record to have bribed some of the assembly members to vote favorably for them to be confirmed. If you are good and can perform your duties diligently, why will you bribe your way through the confirmation process? Then I begin to imagine the kind of mentality some of these appointees are taking into the assemblies. Imagine such people are appointed into office, don't you think that they might try to find ways to recoup their monies spent in bribing people?
We need to take a holistic look at some of these appointments to forestall any future calamity.
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