-Workers of the (ISD) protested over what being blamed for the mistakes in the Independence Day Brochure
- The protesting workers say they had no idea where the brochures came from
- Head of the department has thus apologized for the errors in the brochure
Workers of the Information Services Department (ISD) demonstrated at their head office today after their acting director, Francis Kwarteng Arthur accepted responsibility for the embarrassing errors in the 59th Independence Day anniversary brochure.
In an interview with the media, an anonymous worker argued that workers of the Department was not responsible for printing of the controversial brochure.
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“There is this news all over that we printed the brochure, the ISD was not involved, we don’t know anything about it, no official of the ISD was involved. The apology is misplaced, if we did not print it why must we apologise for it , we don’t know who printed it, in fact we are blind about it,” the worker stated.
It was a display of disappointment when portions of the brochure saw severe misrepresentations regarding Ghana's geographical location and political history.
“Ghana is now recognized as having attained low-income status in the world,” part of the Event Brochure erroneously stated. The Brochure also went ahead to state that “Ghana is strategically positioned on the equator making her the centre of the of the globe. And like the sun, she radiates light to all parts of the world!” the brochure indicated.
The brochure further indicated that Uhuru Kenyatta was the ''president of Ghana'' - a development which is feared to have seen Mr Kenyatta smile all through the ceremony.
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