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Super Incompetent Humans Have Taken Over Governance In Ghana – Prof Atuguba



Prof. Raymond A. Atuguba Dean, University of Ghana School of Law says current leadership of Ghana have displayed super incomptency in handling the affairs of the country.

Speaking at the 4th Triennial Conference of the Ghana Studies Association (GSA) under the theme “Ghana at Crossroads” and held at the University for Development Studies, Tamale he bemoaned the unreasonable ballooned cost of living.

According to him the ‘hausa koko’ he used to buy for GHS2 without sugar has now gone up to GHS4.

Prof Atuguba says Ghana’s Debt to GDP ratio is almost 100%.

“We are experiencing the worst economic conditions in the last 30 years, at least. Whether this is caused by internal or external factors, is really beside the point. What I know is that the quantity of Hausa Koko I used to buy at 2 Ghana cedis is now 4 Ghana cedis, without sugar. The Kose that was recently 20 Ghana pesewas and 50 Ghana pesewas is now 1 Ghana cedi. Aba! My fuel tank that used to fill up at 400 to 600 Ghana cedis now fills at 1,500 Ghana cedis and over. Ewuradi hunye mobo; Nawuni sungti (God have mercy on us), he disclosed.

He added “We have landed where we are today because we have super incompetent persons in government, who have borrowed so much our Debt to GDP ratio is almost 100%. And who, if we are to believe their own first Special Prosecutor, and given his track record there is no reason we shouldn’t, are serpents and mother serpent of corruption, who have stolen so much they are unable to leave office for fear of what might happen to them and their booty, hence the need to “break the 8”.

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