Is Nana Addo in charge of the affairs of Ghana?

 118200638 Nanaakufo Addo President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo

Sat, 18 Sep 2021 Source: Doctor Kwadwo Ye-large

Are Ghanaians really sure that, the country Ghana is under the leadership drive of the president, Nana Addo? My question is born out of the president's adamant and reluctance to nominate a candidate for endorsement by the assembly members across the country.

The president, who was touted as setting up his appointees and ministers in a "record time" is now messing up to demonstrate and show leadership in his quest to mention names of those who will represent him at the various municipal, Metropolitan, and district assemblies, and Ghanaians are silent watching the country moving into a ditch?

I call on people with a good conscience to add their voice to as a matter of urgency urge the president to speed up or expedite action in mentioning his representatives to resume what as a result of his ineptitude and gross incompetence halted the development of the communities.

It's crystal clear that the president has run out of ideas to run the affairs of the country because none of the excuses given for the delay is untenable and unconvincing.

Albert Einstein's proposition must serve as a wake-up call to every concerned Ghanaian and he posited that and I quote "The world will not be destroyed by those who do evil, But by those who watch them without doing anything" unquote, the silence by Ghanaians without mounting pressure on the president is doing a great disservice to the country and Ghanaians as a whole.

We cannot accept the president's failure and incompetence for not showing leadership, as normal and we keep on celebrating mediocrity.

Why, was he the president touting himself for setting up his appointees and ministers in a "record time " and has failed woefully to replicate the same in his second term, if indeed all is well?

Let's not treat the president with kid gloves anymore, for he is becoming swollen-headed and relinquishing his responsibilities for his interests in serving his childhood dreams and fantasies.

Columnist: Doctor Kwadwo Ye-large