- An audio circulating has been attributed to the head of Ghana’s Public Sector Reforms
- Thomas Kusi Boafo has described Ghana, as a total embarrassment to God after spending just few days in Rwanda
- This is believed to have been siad after he returned from a trip to Rwanda
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The head of Ghana’s Public Sector Reforms Thomas Kusi Boafo has described Ghana, as a total embarrassment to God after spending just few days in Rwanda.
“Ghana is an embarrassment to the creator” - PSR boss says after few days visit to Rwanda
Boafo had probably been hearing about how the central African country had turned around its economy after emerging from turbulent times of genocide and civil unrest.
According to Pulse News reports, an audio circulating online and attributed to the PSR boss, he is heard warning Ghanaians to “stop worshiping politicians and playing foolish NPP vs NDC politics”.
"The only thing we have more than Rwanda is our politicians drive luxurious cars than theirs. From what I saw, Ghana is an embarrassment of a country and a total abomination to the creator," Kusi Boafo said in a radio interview.
The then Economics lecturer with the Kumasi Technical University and political analyst was appointed by president Akufo Addo in 2017 to head the Public Sector Reforms as new Chief Executive Officer.
Hopefully his experience in Rwanda would inform some relevant policies to make Ghana better.
In other news, the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) says the PDS scandal is Ghana’s biggest corruption scandal ever.
The General Secretary of the NDC, Johnson Asiedu Nketia said the NDC is demanding that the government "completely abandon the idea of proceeding to engage a proposed restrictive tendering process or any other process for that matter for the selection of a new concessionaire with immediate effect."
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Addressing a press conference on the PDS issue, Asiedu Nketia said this should be done "until a total clean up of the relevant state institutions of the crooks that caused the mess in the first place."
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