“I Have Directed, I Have Instructed” Has Become President Mahama’s Cliche Huh


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The citizenry, who are the worst affected in times of disasters, are also the worst culprits, for causing what they get. We all dump refuse in gutters, hoping that some Angel, will descend from the skies to come and clean it for us. We build on waterways and when we are told, the Government becomes our enemy. Attitudinal change is what we need if we are to have nice cities and towns. It is a collective effort that will change the country; the President is not a Rambo or Shylock Holmes to solve all problems.

Must the President always direct or instruct before something gets done, what is the work of his Ministers, who are paid by the tax payer to think?

The President’s directives is becoming more like a gimmick, the litany of commands are becoming too much, he should get down to business.

I can say without a shadow of doubt that the President can be counted among the Presidents who enjoyed a popular support of the people, he made history as being the only person to campaign for three months to win an election.

Apart from Dr. Kwame Nkrumah, our first President and founder, and President Jerry John Rawlings, President John Dramani Mahama is the next President in the listof leaders in this country, who enjoyed the popular support of the people.

But there is always a thin line between hate and love, when the people gets fed up, because they have been taken for granted for far too long, they will switch the mood and getting them to trust you again would be difficult.

I hope and so are the hopes of many Ghanaians, who today have no place to lay their heads, because the rains have ripped off the roofs on their homes, or are sleeping outside because the floods have destroyed their homes or are at the cemetery to bury a loved one, who unfortunately did not survive the floods that the directive given to the Minister of Finance, Seth Terkper to release funds for the commencement of the Accra drainage and sewage project, will not be added to the litany of commands that have not seen the light of day.

I am in a dilemma about the latest directive from the President should I cry or laugh? Only time will tell.