What we can do to push Ghana to the top is a change in how we do politics. What I’m trying to say is, in other part of the world there is nothing like, this government started this project so I won’t continue with it or else I won’t be credited for the project. It’s about time we change that concept and also we shouldn’t let party favoritism leads us. When your party is in power and they are messing up say it without any fear.
Now we shouldn’t let this politicians no longer fool us with this their cheap promises(I will build schools, hospitals, construct roads etc). You as the politician, is it your pocket money you’re going to use in those project? Or if you in power don’t want to do those things whom are you expecting to do that?
It’s about time we also learn to involve technology into the extracting, processing and finishing of our natural resources to add much value to it in other to gain more income in exporting. Finally corruption must be handled as a first degree crime and any official being put to power to handle the state own enterprises fails to account for anything must be brought before the law and dealt with.