General Politics

Government has failed Ghanaians – Adom-Otchere

Mr Paul Adom-Otchere, ace political journalist has established that successive governments have failed in their duty to provide the people of Ghana with adequate social services and facilities.

The Good Evening Ghana host made the remark on the sidelines of a forum to discuss a publication entitled: “The Primary Contenders”-Analyses of the 2018 NDC Presidential Primaries and Candidates”.

The publication written by Dr Etse Sikanku, a political analyst, lecturer and talk show host, seeks to help entrench the nation’s democracy, by focusing on the National Democratic Congress’s presidential primaries.

The ace journalist and social analyst maintained that the major challenge that the country is battling with is government’s inability to adequately deliver social services to the people.

He thus urged politicians to bear this in mind, as fulfilling this need is a requirement for the consolidation of our democracy.

Dr Kobby Mensah, expert in political marketing in Africa and a Lecturer at the University of Ghana, said it is important to ensure that elections at the primaries level be determined by the entire citizenry and not the way it is currently being done.

He stressed that it is a democratic process which needs the participation of the general public.

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  1. Kofi Yeboah-Agyemang says:

    The over simplification by radio and TV hosts using their media to make such projections need to move beyond the mere reportage and do some critical analytical comparison to ascertain the realities on the ground.
    What constitutes failure would mean comparing what used to be there and what is in place now to access if something better couldn’t have been done,
    The current situation is not as bad as some of you are trying to project. Ghana is going to rise and Ghana is rising.

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