Popular Gospel Musician, Great Ampong has suggested that there should be some sort of amendment to the constitution of Ghana to allow for some form of military rule in the country, GhanaCN.com can report.
According to him, the people of Ghana are more responsive to military rule than democracy, hence the need to establish some kind of military rule in the region.
He noted that, at present, the extent of corruption in the system has become so alarming that people who are tasked by the President to perform a particular duty are not doing so, but are wasting funds intended for a particular mission.
Apart from corruption, he noted that the attitudes of the people of Ghana could be influenced if the military were left to form the people of the country.
Recalling the early days of late former President Jerry John Rawlings, Ampong suggested that a number of changes had been made to Rawlings and that, therefore, the introduction of some kind of military rule could go a long way towards helping Ghana.
“For a nation that borrows money to create songs that tell adult men and women not to urinate indiscriminately and spill garbage on the streets, it is important that we establish military rule so that people’s attitudes can be formed. Democracy wasn’t intended for Ghana, we need to go back to military rule” – he said on Kumasi-based Kingdon FM as gathered by GhanaCNN.com
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