Former Rector of the Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration (GIMPA), Professor Stephen Adei has disclosed that he is displeased with Vice President Dr Mahamudu Bawumia.
His displeasure stems from the what he deems as the excessive number of vehicles which forms part of the convoy of the Vice President during his travels.
According to him, though the 10-month old government of the President Nana Akufo-Addo has performed well so far, the practice of having such long convoys was unecessary and needed to be stopped.
In this vein, he has threatened to start a campaign, even if its a “one-man crusade”, against the Vice President and all other state officials to force them to reduce the number of cars in their convoys.
Professor Adei made these statements while who spoke at the 20th-anniversary celebration of Morison and Associates, an international audit firm based in Ghana, said he planned to wage a if the situation persists.
“So far, the government is doing well, except that if you go to the right quarters, tell them that the next time I see Bawumia or any of them travelling with 16 four-wheel drives, occupying the two lanes, I’m going to do a one-man crusade. That must be stopped at once,” he said.
“I followed them to Cape Coast last week, and I was trying to overtake them to tell him to stop. The police stopped me, but as soon as they saw [who I was], they asked me to give some distance”, he said.
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