A strong member of the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC), Koku Anyidoho, said Ghana is not likely to match up with some developing countries if the mentality of the people and attitude of politicians does not change.
According to him, the idea to transform the state into a ‘Better Ghana’ by former President John Evans Atta Mills was “unfortunately” shattered by death.
Speaking on Asempa FM’s Ekosii Sen political program, the former deputy General Secretary of the NDC bemoaned Ghana’s lack of progressive development over the years.
Koku Anyidoho believes that the previous government and the incumbent have not put in much effort to change the country to the height late Atta Mills had wanted to see it.
“Ghana is nowhere near better Ghana and we will never get there till thy kingdom come,” he emphatically said.
In other news, Ambassador Daniel Osei, former Ghana’s Consul to the United Arab Emirates (UAE) under former President John Dramani Mahama, has said his greatest mistake was the fact that he took an appointment from the ex-President.
According to the avowed critic of the ex-Head of State, the reasons for which Mahama appointed him were at odds with his principles and he regrets taking up that appointment.
He added that Mahama must be rejected so as to prevent him from coming in to amass wealth much to the detriment of the country.
"All Mahama knows is money, money, money. Let’s not elect him to lead the NDC again, we have better alternatives, leaders who are visionaries,” he said.
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