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His diagnosis of the Ghanaian situation in the face of prohibitive cost of food items on the market ties in with the position of commentators in the media about the high cost of living in the country, something dictated by the dwindling value of the Cedi and a restive economy.
He had words of admonition for his hosts regarding Nigeria’s most difficult security challenge yet – the menace of Boko Haram – when he told them that regardless of the threat, they should not look outwards for a solution.
Nigeria, he said, must resist the temptation to have foreign nations intervene in the Boko Haram war, adding that ‘the war on terror would be won if all Nigerians work in unity.’
According to him, ‘Nigeria’s political might is about 35 per cent in Africa and that is why Nigeria must show the way in leading Africa. The way the world is going, Nigeria must not suffer vulnerability or others will take advantage of the problem.’
Continuing, he said, ‘The thing should not be left for government alone but the society must begin to examine itself, come together, strategize together, otherwise ladies and gentlemen, we may not be able to handle this problem today or tomorrow.’
Mr. Rawlings used the occasion to once more stamp his Catholicism when he told the newspaper, ‘Chief (the septuagenarian) made a promise in the house of God today when he said he will try to live the rest of his life as a good Catholic. And one of the things I learnt as a Catholic is that Jesus laid down his life so that the rest of us can live forever in what we believe in.’
By A.R. Gomda
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