The former Chief of Defence Staff of the Ghana Armed Forces, Brigadier-General Joseph Nunoo-Mensah has said that Ghana has over the years has become an 'indisciplined' country.
He stated that through the workings of the high-ranking people in society, the youth have become lawless.
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According to him, "For many-many years now we have become indiscipline people. Our children have become unruliness and if we are not careful, our future leaders will rather collapse this country. The elders are not setting good examples for them to follow."
Speaking in interview on NEAT FM, the former National Security Adviser urged the youth to refrain from any and all violent actions on the day of the 2016 elections, even if they have been paid by politicians.
He further called on all security forces to be 'firm' and 'deal' with all persons who would disrupt the electoral process.
"They should deal with both NDC and NPP supporter if they act naughty. That is what will secure the fate of this country. With that, people will be scared to misbehave. But we are living in a country where offenders go scot-free for wrongdoing," he said.