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We Can't Trust The Youth To Lead The Country Alone, It Is Not Possible; K. T Hammond Explains

The member of parliament for Adansi Asokwa, Kobina Tahir Hammond has revealed that Ghanaians misunderstood the meaning of what he said about the youth for booing at President Nana Addo Dankwa Akuffo in the global citizen festival.

Acccording to Kobina Tahir Hammond, he quoted what has been written in the Bible, in the book of Corinthians to be precise. God said what he told Ghanaians in the Bible. Even my colleague Okudzeto Samuel understand what i meant.

What I actually meant was that, the responsibilities of ruling the country, Ghana, will not be left in the hands of the youth in politics alone. We the elderly politicians will also be involved in the responsibilities of ruling the country as well as the youth.

This is because, the youth alone cannot govern the country. There must be elderly people in politics to give advice, counseling and guidance to the youth to help make a better country.

The truth must be told, we cannot trust the youth to lead the country alone. The youth politicians can't take up the running of the country. This is impossible.

"What I said was that, the older people in politics will not simply abandon the responsibility of ruling the country to the youth alone, because you cannot do it. We can't trust the youth to lead the country alone. The youth of the country can't take up the running of the country. It is not possible. I quoted from the book of Corinthians. God said it In the Bible. Even Samuel Okudzeto understood what i was saying".

Kobina Tahir Hammond revealed this on recent interview with joy prime.

What is your take on the fact that, Kobina Tahir Hammond says that it is not possible for the youth to run the country alone?

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