A former Deputy Upper West Regional Minister, Hon. Abu Kasangbata, has bemoaned unfulfilled political promises in the country, especially in the region by politicians to electorates during electioneering campaigns.
He is also not happy with the spate of corrupt and corruption-related issues under this government, as the canker is becoming the order of the day.
While calling Ghanaians, civil society, and state agencies to join hands with the government to fight it, Abu Kasangbata in a statement writes “Transparency and accountability are essential pillars of any democratic society, and Ghana is no exception.
“ In recent times, there have been alarming allegations and controversies surrounding bribery, corruption, and unfulfilled promises within the political landscape of the country. These issues tarnish the reputation of the government and erode public trust in the political system”, copied GNA.
“Civil society organizations are essential for keeping the government in check and ensuring that the promises made to the people are fulfilled. They serve as watchdogs, advocating the rights and interests of the citizens. These organizations should work together with anti-corruption agencies to expose corruption and malfeasance within the political system”.
“Ghana’s political terrain may be complex, but its path forward must be illuminated by the beacon of democratic ideals, upheld by the vigilance of its citizens and the accountability of its leaders”, the former Upper West Regional Minister observed
Source: Kapital Online Team //2023.
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