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Ghana under Akufo-Addo is a sanction less country –Alex Segbefia

Previous Minister of Health under John Dramani Mahama, Alex Segbefia has communicated stress over the present status of Ghana.

He says the nation is currently a sanctionless state adding that individuals disappear with every conceivable kind of wrongdoings.


Alex who was talking on Accra-based GhOne TV said there have been endless examinations in the West African nation however nothing happens to it consequently individuals have seen that they can ridicule the law and go without any consequence.


"We are by all accounts living in a sanctionless society not just in the Universities. Individuals get things done and go without any consequence. Examinations are done however there are no reactions to it," he told Lantam Papanko on Gh One TV.


He proceeded "in the event that you have the inclination that there is a sure degree of exemption right from the top in administration despite what happens try to force sanctions. We are trusting that when the specialists distinguish those that we're engaged with, they are managed fittingly.


I like the explanation that was put out that said there have been breaks of guidelines yet there are additionally breaks of public regulation concerning obliteration of property, so let the law observe its course. The situation ought not be hidden where no one will think to look in light of individuals who know individuals so one year from now it reoccurs. Assuming a couple of individuals are managed and the University involves them as model when individuals are coming in, saying that we won't endure it, last year we ousted this number of individuals, individuals presently have criminal records in view of A, B or C they will watch out".

His remark comes on the rear of vicious conflicts between Commonwealth lobby and the Mensah Sarbah corridor of the University of Ghana that has prompted the obliteration of property running into a great many cedis.

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