Nduom Rejects Senchi Consensus On Bank Of Ghana


http://abnehmenmitspass.info/?v=pfizer-india-viagra pfizer india viagra 2012 presidential candidate of the Progressive People’s Party (PPP,)Dr. Papa Kwesi Nduom, has rejected popularly held perception that the Bank of Ghana, and by extension the Central Government, should be blamed for the woes of the local currency, cedi.

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Scoring the president on corruption, he said his fight against the canker has poorly been executed. In his books Mahama earned 2 out of 10 on corruption.

He saw corruption as a serious problem bedeviling the development of the nation and faulted Mahama’s indecision in fighting the canker.

He wants President Mahama to take the front role in the condemnation of corrupt acts under his administration and not assign his spokespersons to speak to the rot in society.

President John Mahama must not only speak but should also act on corrupt issues, he suggested.

He said it is time President Mahama takes a bold step and separates the office of the Attorney General from the Minister of Justice, which is a purely political office. According to him, this would give the Attorney General the courage to prosecute public officials cited for corruption.

In his view, corruption has eaten deep into the society and must be attacked from its root, and therefore called on the president to move quickly on it.

Currently, the country loses over one billion dollars annually to corruption, the amount could have been channeled into development projects, he noted.

He made a clarion call on all to join the crusade against corruption, prophesying Ghana is going to experience wonderful things if the country is able to deal with corruption.


Papa Kwesi Nduom said Mahama is inching below five on his score card when it comes to leadership. But was confident the president has what it takes to clock 8 by the end of his tenure if he really wants to.