There is a wise saying by my grandmother that’s states ‘when the Gods want to punish you they make you mad before you die’ end of coat.
Did I hear John Boadu saying the president is too old to debate Mahama? Then now over to you the people of Ghana, we have too told I plain language that the president is too old to rule this country again from the horse’s own mouth the general secretary has confirmed it to us.
Now we know the old man is not ruling because he is too old and can’t make decisions for this country.
No wonder 3 and half years of his administration he has borrowed much but little to show for.
I now understand why his ministers and party gurus keep misleading the old man here and there, plagiarisms have become the norm of the day whiles every one does what he or she wants.
There is no leader, the man is too old as we have been told by the general secretary of his party.
I call on the good people of this country to push for a referendum to help change parts of the Constitution that allows old men to lead or rule our nation as their retirement benefit.
I don’t see any good reason why a civil servant must retire at 60 but we are allowed to vote old men above 70 to lead us as a nation.
The framers of the 1992 constitutions have a good reason why they ask people to go for retirement at 60 and this must apply across the board to our party activities to electing the countries leadership.
OR we will need proper interpretation of Article 190 of the 1992 Constitution.
Under the constitution, women, as well as men, who work in public services are to retire voluntarily at the age of 45 and compulsorily at the age of 60 years. Article 190 of the 1992 Constitution lists the public services of Ghana.
This will redefine our ways and module of leadership as a country before then let’s vote and help the old man rest and enjoy the rest of his life with his grandchildren.
As for the youth of this country, we have had enough of his grammar without action or show.
#CHANGE IS NOW OR NEVER
Hon Hadji Mustaphar ✍🏽
I shall return