First off, this trend is worrying and the earlier something is done about it, the better it will be for our dear country. There’s simply a lot at stake. Took a lot to gain all the fame we have as a country, but that can all be lost in a heartbeat. It’s understandable and even expected that a rising and developing nation (like Ghana) will naturally experience a rise in not only positive development but negative development as well. With the vision and plans for a better and modelled example of a country in our subregion and Africa at large, it comes with its own problems - enemies included, like it or not. The average Ghanaian might envy and have a pull-another-down attitude, but not to the extent of wanting to hurt another, we just ain’t got it. A lot of these macro-aggressions are foreign influenced. Luckily, we have the best man for the Job, I’m referring to Dr. Dampare-Addo (Ag. IGP). Principled with integrity and not all in his feelings. There’s hope for the future guys.