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Being a politician comes with a lot of stress and sometimes it takes courage to be able to hold one's piece and decide not to utter a word. When you are a leader, a lot of people will look up to you and will always try to emulate your way of doing things and the way you may conduct yourself. Everyday and every night you might be shocked the number of people who are watching your steps not because they want to stalk you but they want to learn from you. It is part of human nature. We are subject to learn from people.
Our politicians are our leaders. We learn a lot of things from how they talk, act and conduct themselves. It is difficult to hold one's temper in some situations. Mostly, these politicians may be insulted and ridiculed by a lot of people. Mostly, if you are a big man in the world of politics or a high profile politician, there are a lot of eyes on you. It is because of this that you have to conduct yourself well in public places. When there is a particular programe whether the people there are few or many, a politician has to be able to keep a good composure.
At every function or program, there are a lot of newscasters, reporters or even ordinary people who may be recording. The moment that things go sideways and one politician mistakenly loses his temper or gets out of control, his or her may suffer bitter consequences. Many people commend a lot of politicians for keeping their composure mostly. It is good and a lot of people prefer having a very good name with a clean sheet.
Some of them are below;
1. Professor John Evans Fiifi Atta Mills
2. Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo
3. John Dramani Mahama
4. John Kofi Agyekum Kufuor
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