According to him, the center of Ghana’s politics roll around the political positions and privileges with less focus on issue based politics.
“Our politics has been reduced to who should hold what positions with total disregard, even disdain, for issues, ideas, and ideology”, he said.
He further stated in his Facebook post that our various state institutions are not efficient in delivering their services to the public.
Moreover, he argued that the economy of Ghana is in tartars because of profligate borrowing of the government.
“Our education system is a wreck. Our social security system guarantees insecurity. Our healthcare system does not heal. Our roads are death traps. Our economy does not produce jobs. Our national debt is soaring. Our homes have no access to Water, Electricity or even Toilet (WET)”, he said.
Therefore, if the government can’t keep the lights on then they cannot lead us from the darkness.
“We must begin to see the light! If they cannot keep your lights on they cannot be the way out of the darkness”, he said.
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