Professor Stephen Adei, former Rector of the Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration (GIMPA) says the recent change in leadership has brought sanity on the airwaves.
The educationist who was on Joy FM’s Super Morning Show with host Nhyira Addo on Tuesday said he had observed with amazement that the last two public utterances of President John Dramani Mahama after his defeat in the December 7 polls had been "very presidential."
“Even before we see the installation of a new president, the atmosphere has become better,” he said.
Prof. Adei said when new leaders take office, they do not need to continue with attitudes exhibited by the previous leaders. He said they are responsible for giving a new vision to the entity by modelling a new set of culture to change the current one.
The former rector said Ghana has had a bad history with corruption, arrogance, and impunity being exhibited by government officials. Ghanaians are used to such behaviours, he said, stressing a lot of things are changing.