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A Door Marked “Major Overhaul”. Critical News, 3rd November 2013

Posted by Business in Ghana on November 3, 2013

Sydney Casely-Hayford, sydney@bizghana.com

This is the beginning of the most boring month in the year.  All we are doing is moving from one corruption scandal to another.  Nothing achieved, we talk, discuss, criticize, debate, analyse and get frustrated.  Our Government sits with the noise Buddhist fashion, leaves us to ruminate as if we know what we are talking about, leaves it there with us.  In spiritual parlance, we “sit with the silence”, JDM and his team “sit in jest”, waiting for time to play out as we forget the last antic and move to the next.

We just do not have redress mechanisms in Ghana to shift Government backsides into action.

I listened uneasily the other morning when the Deputy Chief at CHRAJ clearly told us CHRAJ is only beholden to itself.  Surrounded with so much fraud, it is embarrassing that Gallup should tell us we are now ranking corruption member in the recognized free press world.  3rd in pole position, and that was in early 2012.

The City and Country Waste judgment debt case, which is threatening to make Accra Mayor Vandepuye a Metropolis eunuch, is an unfortunate example of how helpless we are in the face of Ghana Corrupt Inc. Read the rest of this entry »

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