The Founding President and CEO of policy think tank, IMANI Ghana, Franklyn Cudjoe, says President John Dramani Mahama risks leaving office without bequeathing any laudable legacy if he fails to act decisively against acts of perceived corruption within his administration.
In a recent (Friday) post on his Facebook Wall, the IMANI boss said “President Mahama seems overwhelmed by the daily outing and glorification of corruption in his administration.”
He continued: “Mr. President, I have also lost count of the scandals but this latest National Identification Authority of $115m (after blowing $14m on same exercise) is simply murder! Why? Have all these actors in the corruption enterprise under your government made pact with the devil? Do they owe the devil?
“Lord Have Mercy. Please act tough else you risk leaving a legacy that said you simply passed through the presidency. I still believe you can act tough, Sir. STOP this NIA plan NOW!!!”.
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