Political science lecturer at the University of Ghana, Prof Ransford Gyampo has urged deputy chairperson of the Electoral Commission, Dr Bossman Asare to show humility in his interaction with Ghanaians.
In a post on Facebook, Gyampo admonished him to take a cue from past leaders of the commission and exhibit calm assertiveness in articulation.
“The position must be humbling and evoke sobriety in public utterances. Ghanaians aren’t in the lecture hall. A few lessons from Afari-Gyan, Adenze Kangah and Safo-Kantanka may be helpful. Calm-assertiveness in articulation!” Gyampo wrote.